In most Asian countries, rice is the main staple food. The production systems mainly comprise smallholders who produce either for themselves or for the local market. Only about five per cent of the quantity grown is exported. Rice is thus the most im... More
This section gives you an overview of GIZ Thailand services by themes, i.e. projects, trainings and news which are related, will be presented to you in a quick overview.
- Agriculture & Food Safety
- Climate Change
- Economics & Employment
- Environment & Natural Resources
- Urban & Industrial Development
- Good Governance
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Introduction Ports are commercial, logistic and industrial nodes at the intersections of international trade and play a key role in the economic development of their countries and regions. As traffic in the ports continues to grow port authorities an... More
Despite covering only 3% of the earth's total surface, South-East Asia (SEA) is home to 20 % of species of plants and animals. Common land and water borders have allowed the countries to share many species that are biologically diverse from the rest ... More
As a result of climate change, floods and droughts in Thailand will increase in frequency as well as intensity. Local water management institutions lack technical capacity and innovative concepts to address such extreme events. Therefore, the populat... More
With unique climatic conditions, long coastlines and high CO2-emissions, Southeast Asia is highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change yet also offers high potential for emission reduction and mitigation against global warming and climate chan... More