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Garnier Malaysia & MNS Complete Initiative To Educate Students On Tackling Plastic Pollution

Garnier Malaysia recently wrapped up its 'Garnier Jom Kurangkan Plastik Program', an initiative under the company's 'Green Beauty' initiative and done in collaboration with the Malaysia Nature Society (MNS) since last June, aimed at developing students involved into 'Green Heroes'.

The school education programme saw the participation of 600 schools and a total of 2,288 students and 782 teachers in designed workshops and syllabus educating on the ways they can do their part to tackle plastic pollution. Following this, the students then put what they learned into practice at their own schools, managing to collect about 56,693kg of plastic during the duration of the campaign.

“We couldn’t be happier with the results from our Garnier Green Beauty initiative, and we thank our dedicated partner, MNS for the hard work and in helping us realize this goal of educating and cultivating the next generation Green Heroes," expressed Chris Chan, Head of Garnier Malaysia.

"We hope that though this programme, we have made recycling fun. Sustainability is at the core of everything we do, and Garnier hopes to continue making a change to our local communities and young advocates through the power of education.”

A global initiative of an end-to-end approach to sustainability, Green Beauty cements Garnier's commitment to dramatically reduce it's overall environmental impact and be carbon neutral by 2025.


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