Facts & Figures

10
TH COUNTRY MOST SUFFER FROM EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS.

According to Germanwatch, Thailand is ranked as 10th country most suffer from extreme weather events. Examples of extreme weathers include season changes, storms, rainfall amounts, flooding and drought that tend to be severe, more frequent, and cause widespread damage.

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ADAPTATION PRIORITY SECTORS FOR THAILAND

According to Thailand’s National Adaptation Plan (NAP), water management, agriculture and food security, tourism management, public health management, natural resources management, and human settlement and human security have been defied as 6 priority sectors.

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% THAILAND COMMITTED TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS

As a developing country vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, Thailand has articulated national targets to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), Thailand committed to reducing 20-25% of emissions from the energy, transport, waste and industry sectors by 2030 below business as usual.

2014
LED TO HIGH RATES OF EMISSIONS AND ACCUMULATION OF GREENHOUSE GASES (GHG)

Economic progress has led to high rates of emissions and accumulation of greenhouse gases (GHG). In 2000, Thailand emitted 210.23 million tons of CO2. However, in 2014, the number has increased to 318.66 million tons of CO2.

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