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    12/10/2018

    Sustainable Brand Bangkok 2018

    The “Redesigning Bangnampueng Market” workshop, under the Sustainable Brand Bangkok 2018 forum, aims to promote knowledge and dialogue exchange on sustainable consumption and production (SCP) in food systems among local communities to better connect consumers and producers.


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    27/09/2018

    Launch of FLR349 Model

    Launch of forest restoration funding model in Chiang Mai, which will serve as a model for the restoration and protection of degraded headwater ecosystems and the eradication of social inequality.


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    27/05/2018

    SCP Community

    Rethinking Green in Bangkrachao, aiming to encourage food activists to convey sustainable consumption through various medium. The event was organized as 'One day trip' in Bangkrachao, Samut Prakan.


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    31/03/2018

    SCP Community

    Sustainable Cooking Workshop: Menu for Change, aiming to inspire and educate consumer to understand the source origin of various food products, harvesting and preservation principles of Thai ingredients, and sustainable cuisine practices.


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    WWF-Thailand Advances Priority Efforts at Workshop on Sustainable Development Goals, aiming to address the critical role of biodiversity and need for sustainable management of agricultural ecosystems for local partners in Chiang Mai

  • 18/03/2018

    SCP Community

    SCP Community Talk Forum #1, bringing together five key speakers to share knowledge and experiences on the need to adopt sustainable consumption and green lifestyles.


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    WWF-Thailand offers pathways to sustainable forest restoration, aiming to strengthen collaboration on environmental conservation and protection of headwater streams through the promotion of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) in Nan, Thailand.

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    WWF-Thailand welcomes major partnership initiative to boost sustainable farming practices in Chiang Mai: A milestone Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed, with committing five Thai organizations to strengthen collaboration on environmental conservation and security pillars.

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    Thailand Environmental Institute’s (TEI) Research Sharing of Maize Study Review, aiming to proffer a roundtable discussion on Thailand’s Maize supply chain, alongside relevant key groups from agricultural sectors to civil society organizations.

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    Implementing Agencies Consultation Workshop#1,aiming to facilitate a roundtable discussion and identifying opportunities for cooperation on SCP implementation in Thailand.

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    30/08/2017

    Project Involved

    Sustainability Assessment of Food and Agriculture Systems seminar, aiming to highlights problem in Thailand’s food chain system in three study areas across four dimensions of sustainability.

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    04/07/2017

    Project Launch

    Sustainable Consumption and Production Project Kick-off Workshop, aiming to respond to climate change through the ptoject partner countries' implementation of SCP principle across key stakeholders in Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.