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New Zealand-Thailand Partnership Focused on Green Building
MONDAY, MAY 20, 2024
Beca, a leading New Zealand-headquartered advisory, design and engineering consultancy, is positioned to play a key role in Thailand's future development, following Prime Minister Christopher Luxon's visit to Thailand on April 17.
Minister explores collaboration with Italian green energy startups
MONDAY, MAY 20, 2024
Government holds talks with Italian startups on converting seawater into clean energy
TCEB highlights sustainability, event design ideas at IMEX Frankfurt 2024
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2024
TCEB highlighted the Thai MICE industry’s performance in measurable decarbonization of events and new ideas for event design during its press conference at IMEX Frankfurt 2024 on May 14.
New system set up in Bangkok to combat surplus food, boost security
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2024
Thailand food bank project links up with NGOs to ensure food goes to the hungry instead of landfills
How can chairs and boards help build momentum to meet the sustainability challenge
SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2024
Chairs today face a highly volatile world, between the impacts of climate change, geopolitical uncertainty, and emerging technologies. They are challenged now more than ever to strike a delicate balance between addressing immediate challenges and ensuring the long-term success of their organizations.
Industrial standards institute told to guide public on buying solar panels
THURSDAY, MAY 09, 2024
Industry Minister Pimphattra Wichaikul has instructed the Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) to expedite public understanding and awareness regarding the selection of standardised solar panels after online video clips were shared of a solar panel catching fire.
Breaking barriers: Tackling challenges of inclusivity in Thailand
WEDNESDAY, MAY 08, 2024
Thailand provides free education, from primary school to college, for each and every person with disabilities, yet the reality paints a stark picture. Less than 10% of people with disabilities even get around to completing their high school, let alone being gainfully employed.
Modern technology used to deter crop burning
TUESDAY, MAY 07, 2024
Satellite imagery and data visualisation software have become important tools that enabled agricultural buyer Bangkok Produce Merchandising Plc (BKP) to buy produce from plantations that do not contribute to air pollution problems.
April 29 sees record electricity usage in Thailand as the heat bites
SUNDAY, MAY 05, 2024
Electricity usage hit an all-time record of 36,699.9 megawatts on April 29, due to the hot weather conditions and battery-charging by electric vehicles, a senior Ministry of Energy official said.
Ample room for Vietnam-Thailand cooperation in new economic sectors: official
FRIDAY, MAY 03, 2024
Given the shared goal of achieving net zero emissions, the Vietnam Trade Office in Thailand will actively seek opportunities to connect enterprises in climate change response sectors.
How global warming is taking a toll on human life expectancy
FRIDAY, MAY 03, 2024
Human life expectancy will reduce by an average of 0.44 years with every 1-degree Celsius increase in the global temperature, according to a recent study.
Shellfish shell donations required to house hermit crabs at Mu Koh Lanta park
WEDNESDAY, MAY 01, 2024
The Mu Koh Lanta National Park is accepting donations of shellfish shells to provide homes to hermit crabs, whose role as beach cleaners to decompose bacteria and disease is crucial for the park's ecosystem.
GSTC 2026 to elevate Thailand toward sustainable tourism
TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2024
Phuket has been selected as the venue for the Global Sustainable Tourism Conference: GSTC 2026, aligning with Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s vision. This choice underscores the ambition to elevate Thailand into a premier destination for sustainable tourism on the global stage.