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Thai officials in China to negotiate Lin Ping’s longer stay

BANGKOK, May 8 - A group of Thai representatives travelled to China today to negotiate a longer stay for Lin Ping, the panda...

48 provinces nationwide declare drought disaster zones

BANGKOK, 19 April 2013 The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has declared 48 provinces nationwide drought disaster zones, with 31 of them...

Natural Resources Ministry content with Thailand’s hosting of CITES CoP 16

BANGKOK, 15 March 2013  The Natural Resources Ministry is content with the success of Thailand’s hosting of the international event on protection of...

CITES meeting ends with mixed reactions

BANGKOK, March 14 – The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites) today announced success in protecting various species of endangered animals...

Govt working hard to battle drought

BANGKOK, 24 February 2013  The government promises to do the utmost to help drought-hit people by integrating the work of all relevant units...

Natural Resources Ministry to propose THB50m levee restoration project in Sukhothai

BANGKOK, 20 January 2013  The Natural Resources and Environment Ministry will ask for the Cabinet approval of tens of millions baht in state...

PM visits flood-hit provinces

SUKHOTHAI, Sept 13 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra visited four flood-stricken provinces in the North today, saying rehabilitation processes will be accelerated to help...

800 Early Warnings to be installed

BANGKOK, 11 September 2012 – The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is preparing to install 800 Early Warnings (flood warning machines) in...

PM: Govt places emphasis on forest preservation

BANGKOK, 25 May 2012 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has said that the government places an emphasis on the forest and natural water...

China to send experts to help Thailand on water resources &...

BANGKOK, 27 April 2012  – China is set to send a team of experts to help Thailand's water management and flood prevention plans. ...

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