Research on short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) has been based more on air pollution and energy models than how existing policies affect the model’s recommended actions. This article analyses how Thailand’s policies influenced attempts to control a critical source of SLCPs: open burning. In 2012, Thailand’s Pollution Control Department (PCD) led...
Whither energy security: Ensuring a safe, green and efficient power sector in Thailand
International Symposium on a Sustainable Future-2013 (ISSF-2013)
Environmental taxes primarily aim to improve environmental efficiency of the economy. Internalisation of environmental externalities is the core of environmental economics and it is understandable that most environmental tax discussion including green fiscal reform discussion has focused on the environmental efficiency improvement effect....
Shonan Village Academia “Cafe Integral “ 19 October 2013, Hayama