At CES in Las Vegas, Panasonic Group showcased an exhibition concept, Green Impact City, made up of four physical and online exhibition areas – Park, Town, Mobility and Home – to show how people’s lives will change through technologies and products that help solve environmental problems.

The company’s booth was designed with environmental impact in mind, using minimal building and flooring materials and a large amount of recycled materials to significantly reduce its carbon footprint. Backboards made of bamboo and sustainable building material were used as a backdrop for the products exhibited in each area.

Under the banner of its long-term environmental vision, Panasonic Green Impact (PGI), the group is engaged in various activities towards reducing CO2 emissions from its own operations to virtually net-zero by 2030 and to contribute to a total of 300 million tonnes or more in avoided emissions by 2050, about 1% of the current total global emissions of 33 billion tonnes.

Panasonic executive team presenting at the company’s CES press conference. Left to right: Megan Pollock, Tatsuo Ogawa and Megan Myungwon Lee.

An online exhibition, Panasonic Green Impact Experience, was also available for visitors who wanted to deepen their understanding of Panasonic initiatives, products, and technology in a virtual space.

Panasonic’s latest sustainability solutions were also at the forefront of its IFA exhibition display in 2022.