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OPINION

Missed energy transition opportunity

Oped, Rapeepat Ingkasit, Published on 22/06/2024

» I recently reviewed the draft Power Development Plan (PDP2024), outlining Thailand's power development roadmap from 2024 to 2037. This draft, which was put for a public hearing process during June 12–19, left me disappointed. The lower-than-expected economic growth, high energy surplus, fluctuating electricity costs due to gas price volatility and a more ambitious net-zero target all signal a need to recalibrate our plans towards low carbon emissions.

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LIFE

Emsphere hosts durian-lovers' paradise

Life, Published on 13/06/2024

» Durian lovers have until June 23 to enjoy a variety of durian served in Japanese omakase style at Em Market, ground floor of Emsphere, Sukhumvit Road.

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WORLD

Vietnam's coal use, emissions set new records

Reuters, Published on 05/06/2024

» LITTLETON - Coal use, imports and coal-fired emissions have all climbed to record highs in Vietnam this year despite ongoing efforts to roll out clean generation capacity across the country.

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OPINION

Check dams need review

Oped, Editorial, Published on 04/06/2024

» While the government continues to promote check dams as a way to improve the nation's water management mechanism, little attention has been paid to the adverse impact such structures may have on the surrounding environment.

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OPINION

How green is the energy from our hydro dams?

Oped, Published on 29/05/2024

» Thailand’s National Energy Plan (NEP), a blueprint for the country’s energy strategy from 2023 to 2037, has earned praise for its noble goal of increasing the use of clean, renewable energy. The plan states that by 2050, half of the electricity consumed locally must be clean and renewable energy — solar cells, wind, biomass, small nuclear and hydro dams.

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THAILAND

Govt to concentrate more on clean energy

News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 28/05/2024

» The government is focusing on solving global warming issues and promoting the use of clean energy, according to Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin.

OPINION

Cambodian canal tests Mekong unity

Oped, Published on 10/05/2024

» Cambodia has every right to develop infrastructure to promote economic development in its part of the Mekong Basin, but the way Cambodia's government is conducting diplomacy around the 180-km Funan Techo Canal threatens to undo three decades of Mekong collaboration.

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OPINION

Good and bad

Published on 22/04/2024

» Re: "Host family plan for elderly care", & "Anti-coup safeguard may become law", (BP, April 21).

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WORLD

Dubai floods expose weaknesses to a rapidly changing climate

Bloomberg News, Published on 20/04/2024

» DUBAI - The heavy rains that flooded Dubai this week halted air traffic, damaged buildings and streets — and left climate experts and common citizens asking whether one of the world’s hottest and driest cities should be better prepared for extreme storms.

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THAILAND

Agencies told to boost preparedness for floods

News, Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 11/04/2024

» Water management agencies have been told to regularly report their progress in implementing 10 key measures to cope with this year's rainy season, which forecasters have said would be an unusually wet one.