CNA Correspondent: Thailand’s Ecological Efforts To Protect Coastlines From Over-Tourism
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kanchana Nakhapakorn, Director of Master of Science Program in Technology of Environmental Management, Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies, Mahidol University, explained the effects of coastal erosion in Thailand, and suggested ways to mitigate the problem (12:07 and 15:02), on “CNA Correspondent: Thailand’s Ecological Efforts To Protect Coastlines From Over-Tourism”, live streamed […]
Community Awareness Workshops
The final (4th) workshops under WP6 were conducted during January 24th-29th 2022 at Laem-Talumphuk Subdistrict and Koh-Phet Subdistrict, Nakhon Si Thammarat; and Klongprasong Subdistrict and Saladaan Subdistrict, Krabi. These subdistricts are the same sites where the 3rd workshops were done in 2021. The primary aim of the workshops has been to build community awareness on […]
Ambiental’s approach to flood risk modelling
Ambiental’s specialist modelling experts are working with climate scientists and geomorphologists in WP1 and 2 to develop present day and future flood models for the project study sites.
2nd set of Workshops held at the project’s two study sites: Nakhon Si Thammarat Province and Krabi Province
Dr Chalermpol Chamchan, leader of WP6, leads the 2nd set of Workshops at the project’s two study sites: Nakhon Si Thammarat Province and Krabi Province. The workshops, organized under WP6, have disseminated and validated preliminary results from work packages 1 to 4 with stakeholders at provincial level in Nakhon Si Thammarat and Krabi.
Second virtual meeting held
The project team has held its second virtual meeting to review project progress and to plan forthcoming activities.
Stay safe, stay home
Our project annual meeting was scheduled to be hosted by the Thai team in early April at Mahidol University and would have included visits to the project study sites.
Focus groups held, aimed at identifying concepts and determinants of coastal community wellbeing
Focus group dialogue with Local Government Agencies, Private sectors, and local communities by Thai WP Leaders.
An evening lecture to the Geographical Association Northern Ireland, at Queens University Belfast
Thai Coast project PI, Professor Cherith Moses, presenting an evening lecture to the Geographical Association Northern Ireland, at Queens University Belfast.
‘Geo-information Technology for surveying Coastal changes and Digital Shoreline Analysis’ training course
Thai Coast project PI, Dr Kanchana Nakhapakorn, and Dr Pannee Cheewinsiriwat lead a training course on “Geo-information Technology for surveying Coastal changes and Digital Shoreline Analysis”, hosted by Department of Mineral Resources, Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment, Thailand.