As part of the "World Heritage Eco Learning Program", Panasonic hosted, on 15 December 2015, the "Environmental activity for the next generation” at Budapest World Heritage site. 

Panasonic hosted 150 pupils in an extraordinary school excursion on Monday, 15 December 2014.

Children between the ages of 8 and 12, and 20 teachers accompanying them, had the opportunity to view the UNESCO protected part of the Danube bank from Margaret Bridge to Liberty Bridge while on board the ship Zsófia, and learn about UNESCO activities. Children gave an account of what they have learned during the environment protection program in their schools, and made their own proposals of how to raise public awareness of the importance of environment protection. They followed a hybrid toy car workshop at the end of the program, and they were able to make their own toy car.

The strategic partnership between the UNESCO World Heritage Centre and Panasonic, signed in June 2011, aims to contribute to preserving UNESCO World Heritage and promoting sustainable growth through environmental education.