The Climate Change Management and Coordination Division (CCMC) was established in 2008 within the Office of Natural resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP), Thailand’s focal point agency for climate change policy and the UNFCCC, among others.

CCMC’s main tasks include the development of climate change polices, plans, measures, and tools as well as coordinating the process at the national level. Key policy documents include the NDC, NAP, as well as other sectoral climate strategies.

One of the main missions of CCMC is to enhance Thailand’s access to international sources of funding. Climate finance is an integral part to driving the policy to concrete actions

Thailand is committed to reducing 20-25% of emissions by 2030 below business as usual (BAU) as stated in the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC).

Acting as a National Focal Point (NFP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and the ASEAN Working Group on Climate Change (AWGCC), CCMC is working with the global community to address this common environmental challenge of climate change.

Trends in Atmospheric CO2 monthly
August 2023: 416.59 ppm
July 2023: 417.87 ppm
June 2023: 419.51 ppm
Last Updated: December 05, 2023

Trends in Atmospheric CO2 monthly

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To promote discussion and research related to climate change issues, and drive implementation of climate change related activities in Thailand, CCMC produces a number of publications, reports, and other PR materials.

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“Climate change will pose a major challenge to the achievement of various SDGs. It is, therefore, our shared responsibility to ensure that the outcome of the COP 21 will be both ambitious and viable.”

“Sustainability requires that humankind must learn to live in harmony with nature and lead a balanced life in a green society. Today, the adverse impacts of climate change and natural disasters can reverse decades of sustainable development gains. It is, therefore, incumbent upon every person and every country to join hands in solving this pressing global challenge. On Thailand’s part, we reaffirm our commitment under the INDCs to reducing our greenhouse gas emissions between 20 and 25% by the year 2030.”

H.E. General Prayut Chan-o-cha

Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand

“I am not a scientist, but I don’t need to be. Because the world’s scientific community has spoken, and they have given us our prognosis, if we do not act together, we will surely perish. Now is our moment for action.”

Leonardo DiCaprio

UN Climate Summit

“You say you love your children above all else, and yet you are stealing their future in front of their very eyes.”

Greta Thunberg


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