Published: Jun 29, 2022
Areas along the Mekong River are set to become hotspots in the Kingdom for conducting scientific studies on the unexpected survival of endangered species and other biodiversity-related subjects, according to officials.
Published: Jun 08, 2022
Global Compact Network Thailand (GCNT) together with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP) and the UN Country Team Thailand are empowering sustainability leaders across Southeast Asia at “UNGC Leaders Summit 2022” with more than 10,000 multi-sector partners around the world. The event highlight 3 sustainability: Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Social Development including engaging with SMEs to take part in driving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into ASEAN and into the Asia-Pacific region.
Published: Nov 16, 2018
At first it seemed to be just a minor issue about a road project in one national park. But as the public last month learned that the plan was to overhaul the entire route through the heart of Kaeng Krachan National Park, the fierce debate and arguments exploded on social media and triggered organised public events.
Published: Nov 09, 2018
As his car approached the Sam Yod checkpoint set up at KM 1 on Sam Yod-Bang Krang-Phanoen Thung road, the most popular tourist route in Kaeng Krachan National Park, park chief Mana Phermpool pulled over to ask his subordinates about the number of visitors on the first day of high season.
Published: Oct 01, 2018
A PROPOSED underground potash-mining project proposed by Chinese interests for Sakon Nakhon province lies beneath land enriched with invaluable natural resources and diverse freshwater biodiversity, research by the local community has found.
Published: Mar 09, 2018
MORE THAN 815 million people around the world still suffer from malnutrition and hunger – 6.5 million in Thailand – but on the other hand 25 per cent of the population in developed countries were obese, including 5 million in Thailand, pointing to glaring inequalities in access to food.