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This briefing note explores the strategy of Ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) in urban environments. It includes two case studies from Thailand and a project in Latin America and the Caribbean.
United Nations Environment Programme
With more heavy downpours forecast through the remaining rainy season, there is both good news and bad news for Thailand residents worried about floods.
Thai Public Broadcasting System World
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This briefing details lessons learned in implementing a regional multi-hazard emergency preparedness, disaster risk reduction, and Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) project in the Thailand and the Philippines from May 2020 to June 2022.
Save the Children International

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Sendai Focal PointMinistry of Interior (Thailand)

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The national climate change master plan (2015-2050) is designed to help Thailand achieve sustainable low carbon growth and climate change resilience by 2050, by following the below missions:

  • “Building climate resilience into national development policy
Thailand - government

This updated edition of Thailand's National Disaster Risk Management Plan has incorporated the principles and tasks of the Sendai Framework and consolidates strategies for implementation, including a focus on disaster risk reduction, the application of an

Thailand - government

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This guide offers an operational understanding of both the country’s disaster management capability and information on demographics, hazards, infrastructure, laws and guidelines, risks and vulnerabilities, and other key areas.
Center for Excellence in Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance
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Thailand is recognized as highly vulnerable to climate variability and change due to increasing natural hazards.
World Bank, the Asian Development Bank