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Low Carbon Development - Rise Project Co.,Ltd.

06 Mar 2010 11:03:57

New Policy- Low Carbon Economy



Sikao Coast, Trang province, Thailand
The leaders of local development in Thailand are Local Administration Organizations (~7,000 organizations). In 2010, Rise Project (www.rise-project.com) presents the new policy for local development with new sustainability- Low Carbon Economy. The work frame of this project aims to build the co-learning with youth local politicians who seek for the modern policy that can link Thai local to the world. Low carbon economy policy initiate with 3 components;
• Revamp the strategy and plan for local development under the new policy of low carbon economy
• Pilot a project of solar farm that aims to initiate people to learn new value from low carbon economy
• Build the sustainability report- monitor and evaluate the growth and sustainability from low carbon economy policy
In present, still no clients act with us, but we’ll continue the promoting of this policy and look for sustainability partners in world.


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06 Mar 2010

From Author:
If you're one who love Thailand and our planet, and have experiences or ability in carbon management with multiple economic activities. Please don't hesitate to join with us in Thailand.


11 Mar 2010

Now, has a municipality interested with the pilot action of solar farm, but need investors to join in solar farm investment.




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