“We need to promote environmental awareness for everyone, everywhere. We may not see the impact of our actions now, but it will become apparent in the next ten years how we can help shape this Earth.”
Nathanat aims to transform all AIA Thailand’s properties to become green buildings in all aspects to achieve AIA’s Net-Zero goal.
After deep diving into the details of energy use at AIA headquarters, Nathanat introduced new ways to cut down on energy cost, such as partially adopting manual processes in some areas and changing the fluorescent light bulbs to LED lights which significantly saved costs for the building.
Moreover, he introduced the zero-waste and zero-landfill initiative to the canteen at AIA Thailand headquarters by collecting and selling all food scraps and sorting trash and sending them to be recycled separately.
Nathanat is also an active member of Thailand Facility Management Association. He delivers lectures and shares his experience and knowledge on building management and energy saving to others.
“These initiatives may not deliver much impact today, but it’s a start towards fulfilling our Net-Zero commitment and to promote Healthier, Longer, Better Lives in a sustainable way. I think of the people at AIA as my family which has motivated me to drive energy saving projects so that we can have a better Earth,” Nathanat said.