The government has been urged to put "climate change" on the national agenda in order to boost the country's credibility in future international climate talks.

Read more: Thailand must take climate threat seriously: experts


Prevention is better than cure. That truth is obvious when it comes to personal health, but it also applies to the health of the environment, on which we all depend.

Only 20 per cent of farmland - 30 million rai - is irrigated in Thailand, which prides itself on being a land of agriculture. 

Read more: Climate change will show no mercy to dithering Thailand


Hat Yai, southern Thailand’s largest city, has assembled an impressive arsenal - from CCTV and online data, to community volunteers – to give residents and businesses early warning of the floods that now threaten some neighbourhoods every year.

Read more: Thai city uses CCTV, web to warn of floods


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