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Alarm over drastic drop in dam levels

The low level of useable water in the country’s four major dams have raised concerns over the likelihood of serious, widespread droughts during the dry season next year.The volume of water currently stored in the country’s four key dams accounts for just 47% of their ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Disaster prevention dept follows up on impact of storms

The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has held a video conference with the officials from the National Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Command Center and relevant agencies to follow up on the impact of tropical storms Podul and Kajiki in Ubon Ratchathani Province.Keep watching ...

Flood and landslide alert issued for 12 provinces

The authorities in 12 provinces have been instructed to arrange manpower and equipment to tackle possible floods and landslides until August 20.Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation director-general Chayaphol Thitisak said the alert orders were issued because of heavy downpours in the North, the Central ...

The Nation Reporter

Water plan to tackle many problems

The cabinet has approved a 20-year master plan for water-management and water-disaster prevention. The 2018-2037 national plan was passed with the aim of providing wider access to clean drinking water, an expansion in irrigation infrastructure and areas under irrigation, and preventing floods and droughts in ...

The Nation Reporter

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