SCG and the Utokapat Foundation under royal patronage and the support of the Thai Journalist Association unveiled the joint-organised “Thailand Sustainable Water Management Forum 2016” on June 20 to gather, cultivate and exchange sound water-management ideas about how best to sustainably cope with weather extremes of flooding and widespread droughts. The event also showcased great ideas from three of the world’s water-management masters, namely Israel, Singapore and The Netherlands, which will set the tone for more detailed schemes that suit each different communities in the country. Photo by Pann Rethea
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