Category: TGCP Agriculture

Tim Mahler, country director of GIZ Thailand and Malaysia (center) joins a workshop on developing a rice MRV system for Thailand in Bangkok. (Photo credit: GIZ Thailand)

Thai government measures local greenhouse gas emissions

Writer: Patcharin Sae-heng, Project Assistant, Thai-German Climate Programme (TGCP) – Agriculture In efforts to foster a transition towards a low-carbon and prevent its adverse impacts, Thailand is piloting a system to monitor, quantify and assess

More gas chromatographs installed to curb greenhouse gas

More gas chromatographs installed to curb greenhouse gas

Writer: Patcharin Sae-heng, Project Assistant, Thai-German Climate Programme (TGCP) – Agriculture Over the past years, the Rice Research Center in Prachin Buri province has been the only rice center in Thailand that possessed a gas

Farmers need stronger rice seeds to fight against climate change

Farmers need stronger rice seeds to fight against climate change

Writer: Prangthong Jitcharoenkul, Junior Communication Officer, GIZ Thailand’s Agriculture and Food Cluster With climate change, floods, droughts, and diseases making lives of local farmers more unbearable, Thai scientists are developing new rice strains that can

Thai researchers track greenhouse gases from rice field

Writer: Patcharin Sae-heng, Project Assistant, Thai-German Climate Programme (TGCP) – Agriculture The Thai government is striving for more precise and verifiable field measurements in its quest to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from rice farming. A

‘Rice farmers’ key players in fight against climate change

Writer: Prangthong Jitcharoenkul, Junior Communication Officer, GIZ Thailand’s Agriculture and Food Cluster Kriangkrai Chanpheng encourages his fellow farmers to shift towards low-emission rice production to fight against global warming. Speaking to about 300 farmers and

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