Environment and natural resources

FB live | Are the construction of the Sea wall and Offshore breakwater (without EIA approval) can cause more susceptible to erosion?

Believe it or not, more than 90 kilometers of Thailand’s coast has been eroding.Believe it or not, 1 in 3 of the coast that is eroded is caused by the construction of sea wall and offshore breakwater.Believe it or not, the construction of sea wall ...

Call for Applications | the Environmental Training Program, "Turning the Resource Crisis with a Circular Economy"

Department of Environmental Quality Promotion invites people who interested attend Environmental trainingCourse “Turn over the crisis of resources with renewable economy” between 19-21 November 2019At Don Muang Room 1-2, Amari Hotel, Don Mueang Airport, Bangkok– Free registration fee– trainees have to reserve a room and ...

World Environmental Education Congress

World Environmental Education Congress – WEEC – is an international congress addressing education for environment and sustainable development.The congress is an international meeting point for everyone working with education for environment and sustainable development, including  operation staff and executive of environmental safety, environmental CSR from ...

Art Exhibition | Beached : a multimedia art installation exhibition for marine environment

“Beached” is a multimedia art installation exhibition for marine environment on theme ‘NEW WAVE, NEW WASTE’ that was created by a group of new generation artists. This exhibition focus on marine pollution through art and technology.Date: 19-20 October 2019Location: Zone Beacon 2, CentralWorldMore detail ...

EVENT: "Knowing the Salween River: Resource Politics of a Contested Transboundary River"

Saturday, 7 September 2019, Alumni Meeting Room, 12th Floor, Kasem Utthayanin Building (อาคารเกษม อุทยานิน), Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, ThailandThe Salween River, shared by China, Myanmar, and Thailand, is incresingly at the heart of pressing regional development debates. This seminar will explore the ...

The Press conference ‘ASEAN We Want’: Local testimony On Ecological Disastrous Development

The statement “The ASEAN We Want” signed by local community groups, CSOs and academic in the region and internationally will be presented and distributed.The speakers are including the chairman of the Kelantan Orang Asli, the indigenous network in Malaysia, the lead Thai local leaders who ...

Learn from the innovators leading the Circular Economy and how to adopt its principles into your life.

Become part of the Circular Living movement at the Circular Living Symposium 2019: Upcycling Our PlanetPlaza Athénée Hotel, Bangkok • Friday, 28 June, 2019 • 08:30 until 16:30 hrs. Admission is free.Why should you care about Circular Living?The world’s natural resources are under threat. Now ...

Grants for collaborative research for policy and practice for Mekong Region researchers

The Sustainable Mekong Research Network () announces a call for concept notes for its research grants for 2019. This phase of the programme (2019-2028) is titled SUMERNET 4 All,  focusing on water insecurity in the Mekong Region. The total fund available in this round is ...

The Freshwater Health Index

The Freshwater Health Index (FHI) is a web-based tool and open-data resource that measures system health by making clear connections between freshwater ecosystem vitality, the water-related benefits they provide to people, and the governance systems.  Since healthy ecosystems and sustainable water supplies are inextricably intertwined ...

New Report: WWF Forest Pulse Report 2018

“Pulse of the Forest” showcases both the threats and the potential for the forests of the Greater Mekong region, which consists of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. The region is one of 11 global deforestation fronts – areas that in the coming decades ...

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