Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership

Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership

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สมาคมอุตสาหกรรมก่อสร้างไทย
สมาคมอุตสาหกรรมก่อสร้างไทย
110, อาคารโอเรียนเต็ล เรสซิเดนซ์, ถนนวิทยุ
Netherlands Alumni Association Thailand
Netherlands Alumni Association Thailand
15 soi Tonson lumphini Pathumwan
มูลนิธิแพธทูเฮลท์ : Path2health Foundation
มูลนิธิแพธทูเฮลท์ : Path2health Foundation
37/1 Ruam Prasong Bldg 3rd Floor., Soi Petchburi 15 Petchburi Road, Rajathewi
Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce
Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce
888/142 Mahatun Plaza 14th fl. Ploenchit road,Lumpini, Pathumwan
Mater Dei School Alumni (Official)
Mater Dei School Alumni (Official)
534 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathum Wan District
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สมาคมกีฬาแบดมินตันแห่งประเ
ถนนวิทยุ-สารสิน เขตปทุมวัน, Suan Lumphini
Swiss Society Bangkok
Swiss Society Bangkok
Embassy of Switzerland, 35 North Wireless Road
Thailand Business and Biodiversity Network Alliance: B-DNA
Thailand Business and Biodiversity Network Alliance: B-DNA
10110
NSF International l Asia-Pacific
NSF International l Asia-Pacific
Alma Link Building, 2nd Floor, 25 Soi Chidlom, Ploenchit Road Lumpini, Patumwan,
Save the Children Thailand
Save the Children Thailand
Maneeya Bldg.
IIE Southeast Asia
IIE Southeast Asia
6th Floor, Maneeya Center North Building, 518/3 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan
Swiss-Thai Chamber of Commerce - STCC
Swiss-Thai Chamber of Commerce - STCC
c/o Embassy of Switzerland 35, North Wireless Road, Lumpini, Phatumwan
พันธกิจเติมใจรัก
พันธกิจเติมใจรัก
10-12 ซ.สุขุมวิท 6 ถ.สุขุมวิท คลองเตย
LINE Developers Thailand
LINE Developers Thailand
Ratchadamri Road
Rotary Club of Bangkok
Rotary Club of Bangkok
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We already have 200 participants confirmed! See you next week!
1 2 3 Action⁉️
It’s time to present on the day 2 Lower Mekong RE Development and Impacts on Hydropower Trade Scenarios.
On September 27, 2019
Venue: Grand Centre Point Ratchadamri
Day 2 conference
Understanding Thailand PDP 2018 and RE Development Target.
September 27, 2019
Grand Centre Point Ratchadamri Hotel
Discussion Panel on Cascade Hydropower management.
Conference on Lower Mekong Hydropower Management Dialogue, Date: September 26, 2019
Venue: Grand Centre Point Ratchadamri Hotel

Capacity building and knowledge sharing program for the Mekong region, managed by Pact under the Mekong-US Partnership (MUSP).

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Opportunities for Sustainable Power Development in the Mekong. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. 24/09/2021

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Opportunities for Sustainable Power Development in the Mekong. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

How can countries in the Mekong region increase their use of renewables, while still meeting the anticipated rise in energy demand?

Come to our webinar, Tuesday 5 October, when we'll be discussing this question with a panel of eminent colleagues. The event will be from 8.30 - 10 am Bangkok time (for US-based colleagues, it will be Monday 4 October, 9 - 11 pm EDT).

We'll be presenting our recent research with partners at the Stimson Center, Mae Fah Luang University and the University of North Carolina, analyzing power trade and power development plans in the region.

We will also be hearing from the ASEAN Smart Cities Initiative, USAID's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and other partners.

Register here: https://stimsoncenter.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_04ZcGGJxTDq944Fo9RY7Vg?utm_source=Stimson+Center&utm_campaign=335ff27e54-Inv%2FSEA%2FOctober+Mekong+Energy+Event&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_15c3e20f70-335ff27e54-46250525

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Opportunities for Sustainable Power Development in the Mekong. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. Join Courtney Weatherby, Apisom Intralawan, David Wood, and Pinida Leelapanang Kamphaengthong for a discussion on how the Mekong Region can meet rapidly rising electricity demand without compromising environmental, social, and economic while coping with the impacts of climate change and the COVID-19...

HLDE 2021 | United Nations 20/09/2021

HLDE 2021 | United Nations

The recent report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) showed that urgent action is needed to keep the goal of limiting the rise in global temperatures to within 1.5°C, in order to limit the impacts of climate change. At the same time, this goal will not be reached unless all people, including people in the Mekong region, have access to clean, affordable and reliable energy. This target was agreed to by all countries under Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG 7) in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

This week, the world takes a historic step towards making this goal a reality, at the UN High-Level Dialogue on Energy, on Friday 24 September. The one-day summit will bring together Heads of State and Government, business leaders, and organization heads to produce a roadmap toward net-zero emissions and universal energy access.

In the lead-up to this summit, there will be Energy Action Days on 22 and 23 September, when leaders of business foundations, youth, and civil society will announce their own commitments (‘Energy Compacts’) toward reaching this goal. Wednesday 22 September will focus on ‘The Power of SDG 7 to Create a Better Future for People and Planet.’ Thursday 24 September will focus on finance, under the theme ‘Let’s Get It Done: Catalytic Finance for Universal Energy Access and Energy Transition.’

The Rockefeller Foundation and IKEA Foundation have already announced their own Energy Compacts, committing US $1 billion to a new global funding platform that will provide one billion people worldwide with access to distributed renewable energy, such as mini-grids.

All sessions will be livestreamed at webtv.un.org. You can check details at www.un.org/en/conferences/energy2021.

HLDE 2021 | United Nations Energy

Scientists probe link between Covid-19 and deadly air pollution 10/09/2021

Scientists probe link between Covid-19 and deadly air pollution

Earlier this week, on 7 September, the international community observed International Day of Clean Air. The day was announced for the first time just one year ago, as people around the world began seeing blue skies during the COVID pandemic, due to reduction in air travel, motor vehicle transport, and industrial activities.

Research suggests that air pollution could be placing people at further risk of COVID infection. The Climate & Clean Air Coalition calls for reducing air pollution as part of the COVID recovery.

Read about the links between clean air and reduction of virus transmission here: https://www.ccacoalition.org/en/news/scientists-probe-link-between-covid-19-and-deadly-air-pollution

Scientists probe link between Covid-19 and deadly air pollution In the early weeks of the global Covid-19 pandemic, people desperate for good news received a thin silver lining: the Himalayas were visible again, spanning the northern Indian horizon for what may have been the first time in 30 years. As cities around the world ground to a halt in March and April t...

07/09/2021

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Did you know that it’s International Day of Clean Air today? Facilitated by the UN Environment Program, this is only the second time that the world is observing this international day.

Earlier this year, our colleagues at the @SEI - Stockholm Environment Institute released a mapping and analysis of air quality policies in Thailand. Their report covered pollution from different sources: transport emissions, industrial emissions, agriculture, open burning, and energy.

They found that barriers to clean air aren’t just about air quality policies. Rather they stem from a failure to consider larger systemic issues, such as the way that cities are built, reasons why people prefer their own cars rather than catching public transport, and why farmers resort to open burning to clear their fields.

There is good news too, as the report also highlights some examples of promising practices for air quality.

See the full report from SEI here:https://cdn.sei.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/210212c-killeen-archer-air-quality-in-thailand-wp-2101e-final.pdf

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28/08/2021

New grants and fellowships for civil society and academics in the Lower Mekong region are available through our sister program, 'Mekong Connections.' Come to an open online on Monday 30 August to learn more about these opportunities.

There is one month to go before the application deadline. See details here:
https://www.pactworld.org/blog/new-grants-and-fellowships-aim-raise-local-voices-mekong-region

New grants and fellowships for civil society and academics in the Lower Mekong region are available through our sister program, 'Mekong Connections.' Come to an open online on Monday 30 August to learn more about these opportunities.

There is one month to go before the application deadline. See details here:
https://www.pactworld.org/blog/new-grants-and-fellowships-aim-raise-local-voices-mekong-region

18/08/2021

www.mrcmekong.org

The new issue of Catch and Culture is out! This is the Mekong River Commission’s most long-standing newsletter, with articles on the latest in inland fisheries, sustainable energy, and river basin management in the Lower Mekong region.

Browse through this issue for stories about:
• a billion-dollar wind farm project in Lao PDR, which will be Southeast Asia’s largest;
• the latest round-up of water quality at 31 different testing stations in the Lower Mekong Basin;
• raising swamp eels for profit in the Mekong Delta;
• and much, much more.

Besides articles from the Lower Mekong countries, you’ll also find international highlights. This issue tells you what central banks are doing to promote financial systems that help conserve biodiversity, and why the UN has just formed an expert panel to avert zoonoses such as avian influenza, Ebola, Zika—and COVID-19.

Catch and Culture is available for free online at the MRC website. It’s all in one easy-to-read package with photos, line drawings and references to further reading.

https://www.mrcmekong.org/assets/Events/Newsletters/catch-and-Culture/CC-27.2.pdf

www.mrcmekong.org

13/08/2021

Earlier, we shared with you a call from our sister program, Mekong Connections, for expressions of interest in grants for civil society organizations. Now, we have a similar but different call for Mekong Policy Fellowships.

Have you recently completed your doctoral research? Does your work focus on health security, planetary health and the connections between human, animal and ecosystem health (the ‘One Health’ approach?)? Did you conduct your fieldwork in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, or Viet Nam?

If you answered “yes” to all questions, this opportunity may be for you.

The Mekong Policy Fellowships support emerging academics to present the policy implications of their work and promote policy solutions to health security challenges.

The program team is inviting applications from early to mid-career academics who would like to receive funding and mentoring to help take their work to the next level. Fellows will take part in online ‘writeshops’ organized as part of their Fellowship, write opinion pieces for the mass media and other public channels, and network with other Fellows in the region. The Fellowship will provide a US$2,000 grant and give access to a number of networking events and opportunities.

Come to an open online session to learn more! The Mekong Connections team will discuss the purpose of the Mekong Policy Fellowships, and answer any questions about how to apply. Applicants must be citizens of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand or Viet Nam.

Check out the available times below, and drop in to chat with the team!

25 August 2021 at 10 AM Indochina time
https://zoom.us/j/91996203218

30 August, 2021 at 2 PM Indochina time
https://zoom.us/j/99506743746

U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh, Cambodia
U.S. Embassy Bangkok
U.S. Embassy Vientiane
U.S. Embassy in Hanoi
U.S. Embassy Rangoon
Mekong-U.S. Partnership
Mekong River Commission
ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity
Wonders of the Mekong
TEPHINET

Earlier, we shared with you a call from our sister program, Mekong Connections, for expressions of interest in grants for civil society organizations. Now, we have a similar but different call for Mekong Policy Fellowships.

Have you recently completed your doctoral research? Does your work focus on health security, planetary health and the connections between human, animal and ecosystem health (the ‘One Health’ approach?)? Did you conduct your fieldwork in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, or Viet Nam?

If you answered “yes” to all questions, this opportunity may be for you.

The Mekong Policy Fellowships support emerging academics to present the policy implications of their work and promote policy solutions to health security challenges.

The program team is inviting applications from early to mid-career academics who would like to receive funding and mentoring to help take their work to the next level. Fellows will take part in online ‘writeshops’ organized as part of their Fellowship, write opinion pieces for the mass media and other public channels, and network with other Fellows in the region. The Fellowship will provide a US$2,000 grant and give access to a number of networking events and opportunities.

Come to an open online session to learn more! The Mekong Connections team will discuss the purpose of the Mekong Policy Fellowships, and answer any questions about how to apply. Applicants must be citizens of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand or Viet Nam.

Check out the available times below, and drop in to chat with the team!

25 August 2021 at 10 AM Indochina time
https://zoom.us/j/91996203218

30 August, 2021 at 2 PM Indochina time
https://zoom.us/j/99506743746

U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh, Cambodia
U.S. Embassy Bangkok
U.S. Embassy Vientiane
U.S. Embassy in Hanoi
U.S. Embassy Rangoon
Mekong-U.S. Partnership
Mekong River Commission
ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity
Wonders of the Mekong
TEPHINET

13/08/2021

Are you an NGO or community group working in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, or Viet Nam? Does your work focus on water and ecosystems, protecting wildlife, OR health security? Especially, do you work closely with local communities?

Our sister program, Mekong Connections, aims to strengthen civil society's role in governance. The program is inviting applications from groups that would benefit from grants of up to $25,000. The grant funding will support community work that focuses on any ONE of these areas:
- protecting water-related ecosystems;
- combating the illegal traffic in wildlife; and
- understanding better the connections between human, animal and ecosystem health (the ‘One Health’ approach to health security).

Come to an open online session to learn more! The Mekong Connections team will discuss what the grants aim to do, and answer any questions about how to apply. Check out the available times below, and drop in to chat with the team.

25 August 2021 at 9 AM Indochina time
https://zoom.us/j/93204150402

30 August, 2021 at 1 PM Indochina time
https://zoom.us/j/97149403755

U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh, Cambodia
U.S. Embassy Bangkok
U.S. Embassy Vientiane
U.S. Embassy in Hanoi
U.S. Embassy Rangoon
Mekong-U.S. Partnership
Mekong River Commission
ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity
Wonders of the Mekong
The NGO Forum on Cambodia

Are you an NGO or community group working in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, or Viet Nam? Does your work focus on water and ecosystems, protecting wildlife, OR health security? Especially, do you work closely with local communities?

Our sister program, Mekong Connections, aims to strengthen civil society's role in governance. The program is inviting applications from groups that would benefit from grants of up to $25,000. The grant funding will support community work that focuses on any ONE of these areas:
- protecting water-related ecosystems;
- combating the illegal traffic in wildlife; and
- understanding better the connections between human, animal and ecosystem health (the ‘One Health’ approach to health security).

Come to an open online session to learn more! The Mekong Connections team will discuss what the grants aim to do, and answer any questions about how to apply. Check out the available times below, and drop in to chat with the team.

25 August 2021 at 9 AM Indochina time
https://zoom.us/j/93204150402

30 August, 2021 at 1 PM Indochina time
https://zoom.us/j/97149403755

U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh, Cambodia
U.S. Embassy Bangkok
U.S. Embassy Vientiane
U.S. Embassy in Hanoi
U.S. Embassy Rangoon
Mekong-U.S. Partnership
Mekong River Commission
ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity
Wonders of the Mekong
The NGO Forum on Cambodia

Event | Spring 10/08/2021

Event | Spring

World Water Week in Stockholm is coming up soon! This key event on the international water calendar is all-digital this year, and is organized on the theme, "Building Resilience Faster."

These are some of our top picks from the first few days:

Monday 23 August, 7-8 am UTC / 2-3 pm Indochina time (ICT): "Efficiency is not enough"—A new analytical framework showing what countries can do to achieve both food and water security in a changing climate.

Monday 23 August 8-9 am UTC / 3-4 pm ICT: Climate smart transboundary river basin development

Tuesday 24 August 7 - 8.25 am UTC / 2-3.25 pm ICT: Fish-friendly irrigation

Wednesday 25 August 8-9 am UTC / 3-4 pm ICT: Asia Focus: Accelerating inclusive water governance to advance sustainable development

See the day-by-day schedule here: https://www.worldwaterweek.org/programme/schedule

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Water resource management professionals are learning to use Earth observation data and modeling tools, through a capacity building partnership between the Mekong River Commission, the US and the Republic of Korea. 28/07/2021

Water resource management professionals are learning to use Earth observation data and modeling tools, through a capacity building partnership between the Mekong River Commission, the US and the Republic of Korea.

Our new collaboration with the Mekong RIver Commission, supported by NASA, USACE and and the Republic of Korea, completed its first round of training last week! This is the first of six workshops that are being offered to water resource professionals from the Lower Mekong countries. The training supports the MRC's aim of upgrading its tools and systems to provide faster and more reliable reactions to flow changes and basin development. Read more here: https://mekongsip.org/news/measuring-what-we-manage/

Water resource management professionals are learning to use Earth observation data and modeling tools, through a capacity building partnership between the Mekong River Commission, the US and the Republic of Korea. Did you know that the US Government’s National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) makes its data available online for free? People can also make use of its data tools and data “recipes,” through its online tutorials for accessing and using data. Now, the Sustainable Infrastructure Pa...

Photos from Mekong River Commission's post 21/07/2021

An important and timely partnership. SIP is organising and hosting our first event in this new training series, in collaboration with the Mekong River Commission, the US space agency NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Korea Water Resource Cooperation (K-water). Today was day 1 of the training!

20/07/2021

Sand mining is cutting away about 15 cm of riverbed every year in the Mekong Delta. Recent research shows how this is compounding the region's salinity problems, placing at risk two million hectares of rich farmland every year.

Read about it on the Frontlines blog here: https://mekongsip.org/frontline-blog/tackling-salinity-intrusion/

Sand mining is cutting away about 15 cm of riverbed every year in the Mekong Delta. Recent research shows how this is compounding the region's salinity problems, placing at risk two million hectares of rich farmland every year.

Read about it on the Frontlines blog here: https://mekongsip.org/frontline-blog/tackling-salinity-intrusion/

Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership

The Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership (SIP) is a not-for-profit program managed by Pact Thailand and funded by the US Department of State (DOS). We work with governments, businesses, academia, civil society and scientists in the Mekong region to tackle shared water resource challenges.

SIP has a twin focus on training and capacity building for managing interactions among water, energy and food systems (the water-energy-food nexus), and on sharing water data through the Mekong Water Data Initiative (MWDI). We work under the umbrella of the Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI). Launched in 2009, the LMI is a multinational partnership among Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and the United States to promote integrated sub-regional cooperation among the five Lower Mekong countries. The LMI serves as a platform to address complex, transnational development and policy problems in the Lower Mekong sub-region.

We also work in close collaboration with the grouping of aid donors known as Friends of the Lower Mekong (FLM), including Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, New Zealand, the European Union (EU), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), and the World Bank (WB).

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Pact Thailand, Unit 1802, 18th Floor, 208 Building, Wireless Road, Pathumwan
Bangkok
10330

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อังคาร 09:00 - 17:00
พุธ 09:00 - 17:00
พฤหัสบดี 09:00 - 17:00
ศุกร์ 09:00 - 17:00
Bangkok องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไรอื่นๆ (แสดงผลทั้งหมด)
ทีมงานดีดีด้วย ทีมงานดีดีด้วย
ดอนเมือง
Bangkok, 10210

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สภาคนพิการทุกประเภทแห่งประ สภาคนพิการทุกประเภทแห่งประ
255 ห้อง 6-8 ชั้น3 อาคาร ศพอ.(APCD) ถ.ราชวิถี แขวงทุ่งพญาไท เขตราชเทวี
Bangkok, 10400

เป็นองค์กรธรรมาภิบาล พิทักษ์สิทธิ ประสานงานคนพิการระดับชาติ

Hanns Seidel Foundation Thailand Hanns Seidel Foundation Thailand
10 Soi Metheenivate Sukhumvit 24 Road Klongtan, Klongtoey
Bangkok, 10110

"In the service of democracy, peace and development" – this is the motto that describes the work and mission of the Hanns Seidel Foundation.

บ้านภาชนะดิน Amphorae House บ้านภาชนะดิน Amphorae House
1/58 ซ.สุภาพงษ์ 3 แยก 8 ถนนศรีนครินทร์ แขวงหนองบอน เขตประเวศ 10250
Bangkok, 10250

Amphorae House

มวยไชยา ค่ายศรีวนาไชยารัตน์ มวยไชยา ค่ายศรีวนาไชยารัตน์
Bangkok, 10530

จัดตั้งขึ้นเพื่อ อนุรักษ์ สืบสาน ศิลปะการต่อสู้ของชาวมุสลิมสยาม

FREC Bangkok FREC Bangkok
77 Nakornsawan Rd. Wat Sommanat
Bangkok, 10100

Designed to be a shared space for the neighborhood to enjoy, Ford Resource and Engagement Center (FREC) Bangkok is home to eight non-governmental organizations that run programs focused on food , environmental conservation, art and technology.

สมาคมสภาสังคมสงเคราะห์แห่ง สมาคมสภาสังคมสงเคราะห์แห่ง
257 ถนน พระราม6 แขวง ทุ่งพญาไท เขตราชเทวี
Bangkok, 10400

ยึดมั่นคุณธรรม ซื่อสัตย์สุจริต จิตมุ่งบริการ

National Library of Thailand National Library of Thailand
หอสมุดแห่งชาติ ถนนสามเสน
Bangkok, 10300

สำนักหอสมุดแห่งชาติ ถนนสามเสน แขวงวชิรพยาบาล เขตดุสิต

PV PUBG PV PUBG
ปทุมธาณี
Bangkok

ต้นกล้าแห่งความดีกรุงเทพมห ต้นกล้าแห่งความดีกรุงเทพมห
Bangnatrad Bangkok
Bangkok, 10250

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อปพร.เขตคันนายาว อปพร.เขตคันนายาว
เขตคันนายาว
Bangkok, 10230

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สภาองค์การพัฒนาเด็กและเยาว สภาองค์การพัฒนาเด็กและเยาว
618/1 ถนนนิคมมักกะสัน
Bangkok, 10400

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