Six groups of tasks and solutions, including the revision, improvement and supplementation of mechanisms and policies on land to serve large-scale, highly competitive and sustainable agricultural goods production.
The famous Koh Phi Phi Ley in Thailand is closed indefinitely–beach needs time for its ecology to fully recover years of tourist abuse.
The project consists of two main activities: paying cash to local people who work with the project and supporting the elderly in communities impacted by last year’s flash floods.
But the site doesn’t just benefit wildlife. It also plays an important role in flood mitigation during the rainy season, holding up water that would otherwise inundate nearby settlements.
Bo said the Asian giant “can contribute to the welfare of the millions by stopping this dam initiative once and for all” and “really help our poor in many other ways.”
As a city on the front line of climate change, Bangkok should take advantage of policy windows opened by short-term crises to spur long-term investments into sustainable electricity and resilient transportation systems.
Action against monoculture corn cultivation both inside Thailand and in neighbouring countries is urgent, or the transboundary haze problem will never be solved.