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August 11, 2017

เปิดรายงาน คพ. “มลพิษ 2559” ขยะเพิ่ม 1.9 แสนตัน ของเสียอันตรายกว่า 3.5 ล.ตัน แหล่งน้ำ 23% เสื่อมโทรม อากาศวิกฤติ 3 พื้นที่

เปิดรายงานกรมควบคุมมลพิษ “สถานการณ์มลพิษ 2559” มูลฝอยชุมชนเพิ่ม 1.9 แสนตัน 43% กำจัดไม่ถูกต้อง  พบกากอุตสาหกรรมอันตรายกว่า 2.8 ล้านตัน 65% จัดการไม่ถูกต้อง  ด้านอากาศวิกฤติ 3 พื้นที่... อ่านต่อ

พยากรณ์อากาศวันนี้ 9-10 ม.ค. เตือนภาคใต้ตอนล่าง ฝนตกหนักถึงหนักมาก

   ข่าวน้ำท่วมภาคใต้ ล่าสุด กรมอุตุนิยมวิทยา ออกประกาศ ฉบับที่ 45 ฝนตกหนักถึงหนักมากในภาคใต้ตอนล่าง และคลื่นลมแรงบริเวณอ่าวไทย วันที่ 9 มกราคม 2560 กรมอุตุนิยมวิทยา... อ่านต่อ

“กรมอุตุนิยมวิทยา” ชี้ฝนตก “ปากพนัง” ทุบสถิติ 600 มม.

วันชัย ศักดิ์อุดมไชย อธิบดีกรมอุตุนิยมวิทยา เปิดนครศรีธรรมราช เจอฝนตกสะสมสูงสุด 600 มม.ทำลายสถิติเดิม ชี้หย่อมความกดอากาศต่ำแช่นาน ติดเทือกเขาหลวง ระบุ 16-17 ม.ค.นี้ ลมหนาวลงมา... อ่านต่อ

รายงานผลการตรวจอากาศด้วยเรดาร์ จากสถานีเรดาร์สทิงพระ จังหวัดสงขลา วันที่ 18 มกราคม 2560

รายงานผลการตรวจอากาศด้วยเรดาร์ จากสถานีเรดาร์สทิงพระ วันที่ 18 มกราคม 2560 เวลา 14.30 น. (07.30 UTC) ….ตรวจพบกลุ่มฝนกำลังอ่อน-ปานกลางปกคลุมบริเวณ…. อ.ฉวาง อ.ช้างกลาง อ.ทุ่งสง อ.บางขัน อ.ปากพนัง... อ่านต่อ

Building Construction in Thailand Climate Mitigation

Thailand, Ministry of Energy has launched the energy conservation standard for new buildings or nine categories of modified building included hospital, school, office, condominium, building, community building, theater, hotel, mall which defines the area of 2,000 square meter or more to increase energy efficiency and maximize energy conservation plan. (EEP 2015) The Building Energy Code is the compulsory strategies imposed under Energy Conservation Act, 1992. Building design standards by... อ่านต่อ

Building Construction in Global Climate Mitigation

This presents the building sector with the challenge of reducing GHG emissions, while maintaining, if not enhancing, the quality of services to building occupants. The major causes of these large contributions are the extensive use of fossil fuel-based energy in buildings for thermal comfort, lighting, water heating, electrical equipment and appliances, as well as in the production of construction materials. Buildings are responsible for about one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions,... อ่านต่อ

Waste in Thailand Climate Mitigation

Waste management at the local level, Nakornratchasima; Picture source: http://koratstartup.com/2015/09/25/waste-plant/ The current policy  frameworks enhance the waste reduction & utilization, encourage waste-to-energy, establish the local governments for the development of waste management facility and endorse public and private sectors to participate in waste management projects (UNEP, 2011). The government set the install capacity target for this technology at 500 MW by... อ่านต่อ

Waste in Global Climate Mitigation

Picture Source: CC BY 3.0, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=24697091 The waste management sector generates a minor portion of total anthropogenic emission. The sector is in a position to serve as a GHG saver for other sectors by preventing and recovering waste (UNEP, 2010). The potential for  this sector  includes  landfill CH4 recovery; waste incineration with energy recovery; composting of organic waste; controlled wastewater treatment; recycling and waste... อ่านต่อ

Transportation in Thailand Climate Mitigation

Transportation in Thailand: Bangkok Skytrain, Picture Source: Asian Development Bank   The Ministry of Transportation  announced  in 2011 that will implement the mitigation acts such as biofuel use in the transportation sector and sustainable transportation. At an early stage, the improvement of public transport systems called ‘People – centered Urban Mobility in Bangkok’ will perform by using the financial support from Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) or... อ่านต่อ

Greenhouse gas emission reduction in the transport sector in the global context.

The transport sector is responsible for about a quarter of global energy-relate carbon emission due its dependence on fuel oil (UNFCCC, 2014). There are many possible actions that can be done to reduce the emission which caused by transportation. The more fuel-efficient vehicles or hybrid vehicles have been supported in many countries. The electric cars are currently in the world’s attention due to its commercialized technologies and cut down costs. Moreover, the rail and public transport... อ่านต่อ

Industry in Thailand Climate Mitigation

The Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE) set up the financial support called ESCO Revolving Fund in order to encourage the private sector to invest in energy efficiency and renewable energy. This support scheme aims to facilitate the projects owners and investors to seek the project finance. The services of this revolving fund are equity investment, energy efficient equipment leasing and GHG project facilitation. Under the eleventh National Economic and Social... อ่านต่อ

Industry in Global Climate Mitigation

The industry sector produced goods and materials for consumers every day. The GHG emissions that generated from this sector are both direct and indirect emissions. The direct emissions are produced from the industrial activities such as burning fuel for power or heat, chemical reactions, leaking from industrial process and etc. the indirect emissions are from power generation which feed the electricity to the facilities (EPA, 2014). There are opportunities to reduce the release of emissions... อ่านต่อ

Agriculture in Thailand Climate Mitigation

In addition to the role of agriculture sector in climate change adaptation, promoting its role in climate change mitigation is a parallel strategy. The actions should be taken without compromising on overall food security and energy security. The vitality of greenhouse gas emissions reduction from this sector lies in the reduction of methane and nitrous oxide emissions by improving agricultural management. Notwithstanding, this is not an easy task. In some circumstances, it is accompanied with... อ่านต่อ

Agriculture in Global Climate Mitigation

Agriculture in Global Climate Mitigation In the long term, mitigating climate change will be critical to avoiding future breakdowns in food and livelihood systems and sharp increases in the number of food-insecure people worldwide. Food systems also have enormous potential to mitigate climate change, however, particularly at the production end of the food chain. Moreover, many of the most effective mitigation measures also represent highly effective adaptation strategies, especially for... อ่านต่อ

Forest in Thailand Climate Mitigation

Thailand Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has includes greenhouse gas reduction approaches as part of the Eleventh National Economic and Social Development Plan (2012-2016) in the section of (Draft) Climate Change Master Plan 2013-2050 which this plan mentions to the reforestation and forest restoration and forest management and aims to reduce greenhouse gas emission. Additional, Forest and Plant Conservation Research Office has appointed the committee of Reducing Emission from... อ่านต่อ

นโยบายการลดการปล่อยก๊าซเรือนกระจกจากการทำลายป่าและความเสื่อมโทรมของป่าในประเทศกำลังพัฒนา (REDD)

นโยบายการลดการปล่อยก๊าซเรือนกระจกจากการทำลายป่าและความเสื่อมโทรมของป่าในประเทศกำลังพัฒนา (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation: REDD) คือ... อ่านต่อ

Forest in Global Climate Mitigation

Forest ecosystem is important biodiversity centers in the world where the main support the livelihood particularly indigenous and local communities living in the forest. The system helps to control proper weather in order to be the source of carbon sink and absorption. Deforestation results degraded and loss of biodiversity of forests worldwide especially the high biodiversity as rain forest.   Deforestation reduction, Forest management, and Agro-ecosystem or Agriculture ecosystem... อ่านต่อ

Energy supply in Thailand Mitigation

Thailand has developed its long-term energy planning in Power Development Plan (PDP) 2015, which integrated the Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP 2015-2036) and Energy Efficiency Development Plan (EEDP 2015-2036), and set out the goals on three principles: Security: the security of power system maintains in response to the demand of electricity which avoids relying too much on natural gas generation. Economy: the electricity price shall appropriately reflect the cost of energy... อ่านต่อ

Energy supply in Global Mitigation

The energy supply industry is similar to other product supply chain. It consists of three parts: generation (upstream), distribution (midstream) and retail (downstream). The mitigation acts can be conducted in all parts of the supply industry, especially in supply and distribution. The efficiency improvements of supply and distribution systems, fuel switching from coal to natural gas and adoption of distributed generator from renewable energy can reduce the emission on the upstream of the... อ่านต่อ

Being a sustainable traveler tips

20 tips for your sustainable trips; Picture Source: ERM-Siam Co., Ltd.   Punish the greenwashers – Do not be tempted to sheepishly buy the new spate of colorful guidebooks about places to see before you die (aka the ubiquitous “bucket lists”), places to see before they disappear, best adventures to be had in the world—you will never have the chance to experience them all before you physically leave this world anyway, and these guides promote the type of brash and... อ่านต่อ

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