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  • Resilience to what and for whom? Is it inclusive and equitable resilience?

    April 29, 2021 | 10:17 AM
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    Every morning, a group of women in Boyang informal settlement in Songkhla city prepares, cooks and packs food into ‘pinto’ (traditional stacked-containers) which are later collected by community members in need who have be...
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  • Because food waste is a wastage

    March 23, 2021 | 12:07 PM
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    Thailand is an agricultural land where 46 percent or almost half of the country’s area is for production. It is also a major exporter of agricultural and food products of the world, especially rice, sugar, cassava, fruits etc. It is c...
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  • Agricultural Burning Management in Thailand

    March 3, 2021 | 05:26 PM
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    Air pollution from particulate matters in Thailand has many causes. The impact from the problem will be increased during November to February, especially during the warmer months after the cold air mass moved out of the country and in Febru...
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  • GEN and the Opportunity of Ecolabel in Thailand

    November 6, 2020 | 06:31 PM
    by: Benjamas Chotthong

    The Era where the communication connects the world together and the global networks have become more active as same as the Global Eco-Labelling Network (GEN), which originally founded in 1994 to protect the environment by giving approval to...
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