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Thailand Umwelt

Erstellt von Amsel, 03.07.2015, 05:50 Uhr · 1 Antwort · 641 Aufrufe

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    Smile Thailand Umwelt

    Thailand hat an Naturschoenheiten noch viel zu bieten. Wir sind Naturliebhaber und haben uns in Bangkok eine gruene Oase geschaffen. Ganz langsam macht sich mehr Umweltbewusstsein bemerkbar. Die Initiatve geht von Privatleuten und dem Staat aus. Von den Projekten des thailaendischen Koenigs sind wir besonders erfreut. Zeugt es doch von tiefer Naturverbundenheit.

    Auch die jetzige Regierung hat erkannt wie wichtig eine intakte Natur ist. Bedingt durch die Erfahrungen in den vergangenen Jahren. In 2011 hatten wir eine verherende Flut und jetzt leiden viele unter der Trockenheit.

    Um diese extremen Ereignisse zukuenftig zu vermeiden bzw. zu mildern sind von der Regierung Massnahmen beschlossen worden...


    A matter of great importance for the government and the NCPO, apart from threats to national security both new and existing, is to yield results when implementing measures to deal with urgent issues, including the following:

    1) Urgent measures to address people’s problems. In reference to the drought crisis, the government truly understands the hardships the farmers are facing during the drought season when water is scarce. The Meteorological Department says we will continue to experience less rainfall as this drought could continue until the end of July.

    I have instructed state offices and the military to expedite assistance and distribute water to farmers. I urge you to please stop quarrelling over this issue. Furthermore, the Interior Ministry, Agriculture Ministry, and the Natural Resources and Environment Ministry will together draw up an urgent action plan to tackle this drought. Apart from water distribution, the state and local offices will drill water wells, especially in risk-prone areas and uplands. Currently, there are 850,000 rai of risk areas near the Chao Phraya watershed.

    One of the main factors contributing to the scarcity of rainfall is climate change in the Pacific Ocean. This predicament is called "El Niño". It is expected to cause the greatest effects on climate change in 10 years. Climate change is an uncontrollable factor and is having an impact in all countries around the world. The best we can do is to help preserve natural resources and the environment. Without forests, there will be no water. We have to rehabilitate what has been destroyed.

    As for long-term measures, the government has formulated a plan spanning of 11 years (2015-2026), which focuses on 6 matters covering all aspects of water management.
    The first matter pertains to water management. We will find water sources and develop irrigation in 7,500 villages and 700 cities, starting this year. Completion is expected in 2017. Irrigation systems in 9,000 locations will be overhauled. Drinking water will be supplied to 6,000 schools.

    The second matter pertains to security in water production. We will build 369 more reservoirs and rehabilitate 895 water resources, build 50,000 ponds inside plantations, and dig 1,285 artesian wells, hoping to supply both agricultural and industrial sectors. In 2016, we hope to expand irrigation area of 2.2 million rai. And by 2026, we hope to reach 8.7 million rai of land. When finished, the irrigation system will reach 40 million rai of land from the current 30 million rai, which is 10 million rai more.

    The third matter pertains to flood prevention. We will renovate 30 watersheds, with a combined distance of 75 kilometers, in order to facilitate water drainage and water diversions. 13 dams will be built to protect river banks. All of the operations will be completed in 3 years.

    The next matter concerns quality of water improvement. We will develop 36 wastewater plants and remove aquatic weeds from 399 waterways. This operation will be finished by the end of this year.
    The fifth matter concerns saltwater intrusion. We will also continue to tackle saltwater intrusion, an effort of which requires a large amount of water.

    The last matter concerns reforestation and soil erosion prevention. Trees and saplings will be planted in 25,000 rai of land and vetiver grass will be grown in a 645,000-rai area. The effort will be accomplished in September.
    I can assure you that the government is working at its best capacity to tackle these issues and prioritize them. We are trying to address all the issues we see. Nevertheless the government will need cooperation from the public.

    http://www.thaigov.go.th/index.php?o...id=399&lang=en

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    Hallo Amsel, bin leider nicht so gut in englisch und der bing- übersetzer schreibt nur Kauderwelsch, aber es soll in der Nähe von Pattaya ein Umweltprojekt geben, betrieben von einem Deutschen. Weißt du, wo das ist? Dort soll u.a. das Leitungswasser Trinkwasserqualität haben. Auch soll es schon Ehrungen vom thail. Staat für diesen Mann gegeben haben.

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