CITC Held The Training Course On “Climate Change Management And Sustainable Development Batch 7”

Published Date 2017-03-08 00:59:08 น.

CITC Held The Training Course On “Climate Change Management And Sustainable Development Batch 7”

          Climate Change International Technical and Training Center or CITC organized the training on “Climate Change Management for Sustainable Development training course (CCSD) Batch 7” titled “Water Resources Management in brackish zones” during 21-23 February 2017 at Samut Songkhram, Thailand. In this regards, MAJ. GEN. Thoranit Rojanasuwan, Chef of Staff, Mrs. Prasertsuk Chamornmarn, TGO’s Executive Director, Dr. Natarika Wayuparb Nitiphon, TGO’s Deputy Executive Director and Dr. Jakkanit Kananurak, CITC’s Director were participated the event.

          The objectives of the training course were to 1) Enhance understanding on the importance of low carbon and climate resilient society development in view of sustainable development; 2) Learn effective approaches to accelerate low-carbon and climate-resilient development, such as strengthening relevant policies and actions and 3) Learn and share lessons and experiences among trainees that face similar challenges in addressing climate change.

          The experts from this course included Mr. Supakorn Shinvanno, Researcher from Southeast Asia START Regional Center, Chulalongkorn University, Dr. Kollawat Sakhakara, Environmentalist, Professional Level, Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning, Mr. Somchai Chariyacharoen, Former Mayor, Muangklang Municipality and Mr. Surajit Chirawate, Former Senator, Samut Songkhram.

          There were 44 trainees from 25 organizations joined the training course from central government, local government, regional environmental office and academic institutions such as Tambon Bangmuang Municipality, Tambon Praeksa, Tambon Bangbor from Samut Prakan Province, Bang Nok Kwaek Sub District Municipal from Samut Songkhram. Participants from central government such as Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, Department of Tourism, Department of Mineral Resources, Department of Livestock Development, Rice Department, Land Development Department, Department of Agriculture as well as representatives from Department of Disaster Management and Climate Change, Lao PDR. The representatives from academic institutions included Mahidol University and Burapha University.

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