Thailand floods: Death toll rises to 36 with more heavy rain predicted to hit later in week
Thursday January 12th, 2017
Severe flooding leaves 30 dead in southern Thailand
Wednesday January 11th, 2017
Environmental Justice In Thailand
Friday January 6th, 2017
The Mekong River is a source of livelihood for millions. But a web of business deals and official corruption threaten to destroy it. In this episode, a Thai activist and lawyer seeks to stop the construction of a dam in Laos, and defend villagers’ rights to the land and river.
Here comes the sun: Thailand needs to think deeper about solar
Thursday December 8th, 2016
As Thailand looks for sunrise industries to target, it should look more closely at the booming solar photovoltaics (PV) manufacturing industry. Global new investment in solar installations totalled UScopy61 billion in 2015, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Clean energy for Krabi
Tuesday December 6th, 2016
In a bid to create the impression that the coal-fired power plant in Krabi has won backing from locals, Krabi governor Pinit Boonlert submitted a list of supporters’ signatures last week, totalling 15,000,… Please credit and share this article with others using this link:http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/1150693/clean-energy-for-krabi.
China Builds Deep Water Seaport in Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand
Thursday December 1st, 2016
While U.S. Southeast Asia policy has myopically focused on China’s growing occupation of and base construction on the South China Sea Islands, China has made a Hail Mary pass by building a new deep-water port in Cambodia.
Urban Sprawl Threatens Thailand’s Ayutthaya World Heritage Site
Monday November 28th, 2016
Bangkok. Sprawling urban growth and water management problems are threatening conservation efforts at Thailand’s ancient city of Ayutthaya, experts say. The Unesco World Heritage site located some 80 kilometers north of the capital, Bangkok, was once among the world’s wealthiest cities and a major trading port from the 14th to 18th centuries.
Thailand: Breaking the cycle of flooding and drought
31 Oct 2016
As the rainy season reaches its climax across Thailand, floodwaters from the kingdom’s northern region have begun inundating its central provinces. The Chao Phraya River is said to be on the verge of flooding areas of Bangkok, in what looks set to be the worst flood disaster the capital has seen since 2011.
Thailand to open bids for energy concessions in March 2017
Thailand Looks Ahead: Gears Up for Oil, Gas Decommissioning Work
Decommissioning is expected to assume greater significance in Thailand’s oil and gas industry as the kingdom enters its fourth decade as a producer. Ageing infrastructure, particularly those located in the Gulf of Thailand, and a gradual depletion of petroleum resources could nudge the sector to take the first steps towards dismantling some of these installations.
UK and Germany help Thai climate targets (Please click to read more)
Thailand Joins World Bank Climate Change Alliance; Country to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions with Policy Help from the Partnership for Market Readiness