Activity Implementation Plan
for Area Development
Ecosystem restoration through annual sustainable reforestation activities aims to increase the green area of mangrove
and native plant species, making them more fertile. This leads to the creation of habitats and food sources for aquatic
and avian species, as well as humans. This crucial aspect significantly contributes to enabling all life forms to coexist
in a balanced and flourishing environment. Furthermore, these activities are set to evolve into a center for learning
about mangrove ecosystems at universities and communities in the future.

Activity Mangrove Forest Planting in April 2567 GREEN HEART April 24, 2024 Mangrove Forest Planting in March 2024 Activity GREEN HEART March 27, 2024 Plant Mangrove Forest Activity GREEN HEART September 9, 2023 Mangrove Forest Planting for February 2024 Activity GREEN HEART February 28, 2024 Activity KMUTT Organizes a Tree Planting Event in Honor of Mother’s Day GREEN HEART August 12, 2023 Mangrove Forest Planting for June 2023 Activity GREEN HEART June 21, 2023 Volunteer Ants for Mangrove Conservation on International Biodiversity Day Activity GREEN HEART May 22, 2023 KMUTT Organizes Mangrove Planting Activity GREEN HEART June 2, 2023

King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) is working towards aligning its development with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for a sustainable future by 2030. The university is transforming its Mangrove Ecosystem Learning Center into a vibrant educational and research hub, integrating scientific, environmental, and technological studies with local community engagement. This project supports the three pillars of sustainability—social, economic, and environmental. KMUTT's strategic goals include achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2040, enhancing green infrastructure that is resilient to climate change, and promoting a comprehensive approach in management and operations. Additionally, it aims to cultivate energy conservation, environmental awareness, and health consciousness among students, empowering them as Change Agents to extend these sustainable practices into the wider community and benefit the nation overall.