The business case for making our economy more sustainable is clear. Globally, transitioning to a circular economy – where materials are reused, re-manufactured or recycled – could significantly reduce carbon emissions.
Thailand will cooperate with Japan on development projects in the Mekong, by allowing Japan to take part in connectivity development plans, the strengthening of ASEAN Community, and the development of human resources.
One little girl draws a nightmarish picture of people calling for rescue as they drown in rising water.
Business operators have high expectations that the country’s energy policymakers will soon open licence granting for waste-to-energy power plants with a combined capacity of 300 megawatts.
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Several economists have cautioned Thailand against falling into the trap of delivering state help to low-income earners only.
Either continue to sustainably increase its aquaculture production or to shift its focus towards more intensive methods to allow it to cater to the ever-growing demand for seafood in China.
The funding platform aims to boost the early stage of renewable energy project developments particularly in Southeast Asia’s major coal-burning countries—Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Thailand’s finest tomato production areas along Mekong River in the northeastern region have suffered serious impacts from dams in the lower Mekong River Basin, causing financial distress to farmers.