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Thailand-Department of Climate Change and Environment (CCE)

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Thailand launches new department to tackle climate change - open for international collaborations

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Thailand finally established a new department to tackle climate change - the Department of Climate Change and Environment (CCE).
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Elevating from the Department of Environmental Quality Promotion (DEQP), Thailand freshly launched the Department of Climate Change and Environment (EEC) in July 2023, during the hottest month on record globally. The department is geared directly towards addressing climate challenges. These bold actions have garnered agreement from 90% of Thai citizens, recognizing the urgency of the matter. The department comprises six core units:
1.The Secretariat of the Department
2.The Climate Change Adaptation Division
3.The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Division
4.The International Cooperation and Strategy Division (open for collaborations) 🎉
5.The Participation Promotion Division for Climate Change and the Environment
6.The Climate Change and Environmental Research Center.
⭐️The Climate Change and Environmental Research Center: (opened on July 15th) serves as a central data hub, connecting all sectors and issuing warnings to the public, private organizations, and environmental agencies. Plans include three subsidiary centers in Krabi, Loei, and Chiang Mai, with the aim of having centers in every province to collect and link all climate actions and data at national level.
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The department also closely collaborates with the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO) (public organization) to accelerate and align actions for emission reduction and control.
Although Thailand has less than 1% carbon emission globally, but the country has been facing significant effects from climate change.
⚠️Climate warnings:
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However, these challenges are opportunities for improvement!

💚Climate love to Thailand
+Committed to become carbon neutral in 2050 and achieve net zero status 2065. (Need to accelerate)
+Actively transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy and promoting innovation for sustainability.
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An example is the world's largest floating hydro-solar farm at Sirindhon Dam, Ubon Ratchatani Province. The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) has installed solar cells on the water surface of EGAT dams, combining solar and hydropower for electricity generation, reducing carbon emissions by 47,000 tons per year.

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With high efforts from public and private sectors, Thailand ranked 1st in ASEAN for 5 years in a row, according to the latest Sustainable Development Report by United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UNSDSN).
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As global citizens, we embrace meaningful collaborations and innovations for sustainable development. Let's delve into our home country, engage with local communities, evaluate policies, strategize impactful actions, and review efforts through the We Don't Have Time platform. By reaching out to one another, we can amplify and move forward towards achieving global goals. There's ample room for development and advancement, and our collective actions can make a difference!
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  • Edwin wangombe

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    This is a great example for other countries to follow in order to curb climate change seriously

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    • Markus Lutteman

      42 w

      Good news.

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      • Elizabeth Gathigia

        42 w

        Thailand has taken a great step and set a good example to other countries to follow

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        • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

          42 w

          Great step by thailand

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          • Saustine Lusanzu

            42 w

            I argue my Country Tanzania to follow the same example

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            • zelda ninga

              42 w

              Good job Thailand, wish other countries would emulate this too.

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              • Ajema Lydiah

                42 w

                great work

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                • john linus Tom

                  42 w

                  This is a great move other countries should follow

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                • Princess

                  42 w

                  This will target the implementation of the inclusive green economy in areas like;reduction of carbon emissions and pollution.

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                  Welcome, let's solve the climate crisis together
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