In most Asian countries, rice is the main staple food. The production systems mainly comprise smallholders who produce either for themselves or for the local market. Only about five per cent of the quantity grown is exported. Rice is thus the most im... More
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- Agriculture & Food Safety
- Climate Change
- Economics & Employment
- Environment & Natural Resources
- Urban & Industrial Development
- Good Governance
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The urban population in Asia is growing by 44 million people per year. This rapid urbanization brings about major challenges for urban supply and municipal utilities. In particular, when it comes to water supply and sanitation systems, energy supply ... More
In developing countries, water and wastewater companies are among the biggest consumers of energy due to their high levels of water and energy loss. Many companies operate with outdated and energy-intensive conditioning technologies and pumps, while ... More
As a result of climate change, floods and droughts in Thailand will increase in frequency as well as intensity. Local water management institutions lack technical capacity and innovative concepts to address such extreme events. Therefore, the populat... More
Beside food and tourism, the automotive is among the most significant sector in Thailand. After China it became the largest exporter in the ASEAN region. Thai automotive supply industry is very diversified and involves over 160 fields of production e... More