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    Carbon Footprint for Organization and Sustainability Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Regional Environmental Office 

    Patcharee Srirod; Wisakha Phoochinda (NIDA, 9/28/19)

    The objectives of this research are to analyze and assess Carbon footprint of organization, to investigate factors affecting the Carbon footprint reduction and to suggest sustainability reduction of greenhouse gas emissions for Regional Environmental Office. Information from the Report of the emissions and absorption of greenhouse gases for Regional Environmental Office in fiscal year 2559 from October 2558 to September 2559 was analyzed. Questionnaire was used as a tool to collect data and assess Carbon Footprint of Organization for Regional ...
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    Economic Value of Degradation of Water Resource Input into Bhumipol Dam and The Need for Nature Steward in The Northern Thailand 

    Niponpan Sasidhorn; Sompote Kunnoot (NIDA, 6/24/19)

    This research is intended to provide an analysis for the change in the quantity of water resource input of Bhumipol Dam over the period between 1997 and 2016. The analysis involves the modeling of the trend, the computation of the quantity of the changes, and the valuation of the changes. It was found that the water resource input of Bhumipol Dam drawn into the Ping River from the northern part of Thailand had been increasingly enriched between 1997 – 2006, but experienced endured degradation between 2007 – 2016. The economic value of the loss ...
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    Ecotourism Development for the Community in Singhanat Subdistrict, Lat Bua Luang District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province 

    Maytawee Bungaruang; Wisakha Phoochinda (NIDA, 9/17/19)

    This study is aimed at investigating the potential of community and tourist demand for developing eco-tourism in Singhanat subdistrict, calculating Social Return on Investment (SROI) for the eco-tourism and then suggesting guideline for developing the eco-tourism. Interviews to related units, community leaders and villagers were carried out. Key informants include Chief Executive of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization (SAO), Chief Administrator of the SAO, Director of Division of Social Welfare in Singhanat. and villagers including Sail ...
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    Effects of El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) to Crop Yield in Northeastern of Thailand 

    Kamontat Moonsri; Pakpong Pochanart (NIDA, 10/4/19)

    The Northeastern region of Thailand has been the largest cultivation area and often experiences drought is causing damage to the amount of harvested produce. This study aims to demonstrate the relationships between ENSO and crops yield of the Northeast in order to identify the reason that ENSO effect on Northeast crops yield. Using 20-year ENSO phenomenon Index (Oceanic Nino Index), meteorology parameters information, and crops yield production such as rice, corn, cassava and sugarcane in the Northeast form 1996 – 2015 and analyze their relationship ...
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    Environmental, Economic and Social Impact Assessment of Floating Photovoltaic Generation Plant: A Case Study of Rama IX Reservoir: Pathum Thani Province 

    Khanittha Suwanprapakorn; Karika Kunta (NIDA, 7/15/19)

    The purpose of this study was to study impact of the Environmental, Economic and Social of Floating Photovoltaic Generation plant: a case study of Rama IX reservoir, Pathum Thani. For the environmental impact analysis, a field study to collected water sample in the Rama IX reservoir. The parameter studies are Dissolved oxygen, Turbidity, pH, Total Dissolved Solids, Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Conductivity, salinity, Suspended solids, Total Coliform bacteria, Fecal Coliform bacteria and temperature were collected on December 2016, March 2017 and ...
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    Factors Affecting Public Acceptance of the Waste to Energy Plant Nong Khaem Project, Bangkok 

    Krongpet Tanityarat; Chamlong Poboon (NIDA, 9/28/19)

    This research aimed to study the success of the management and factors affecting the public acceptance of the Waste to Energy Plant Project in Nong Khaem, Bangkok. The data were analyzed by CIPP-I Model. The SWOT analysis was used to identify factors affecting the public acceptance of the project. Data and information were collected through document research and interviews with stakeholders, particularly community leaders and people living within 3 km radius around the plant. The results of the study showed that the people around the area accepted ...
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    Projection of Change in the Quantity of Carbondioxides of Thailand Following Changes in Economic Factors, Sources, and Population over the Period of 10 Years 

    Waratip Wattanawinitchai; Sompote Kunnoot (NIDA, 10/8/19)

    The release of CO2 of Thailand has increased 1.96 folds from 161,154 Kilo tons to 316,213 Kilo tons over 20 years between years 1995 to 2014. The sources of CO2 are manufacturing, electricity generation, transport, and others, which in 1995 accounts for 22.75 %, 37.79 %, 33.43 % and 6.02 % respectively, and in 2014 accounts for 20.89 %, 46.60 %, 24.27 % and 7.79 % respectively. The aim of this study was to project the volume of Thailand’s economy to be used for the projection of the quantity of CO2 for years 2015-2025, using trend equations ...
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     Social Return on Investment of Electricity Generation from Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Power Plant in Thailand 

    Wimonmas Jiaramas; Wisakha Phoochinda (NIDA, 9/25/19)

    This study aimed to study situations, implementation, potential and limitations of the Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) power plant in Thailand, in terms of policy to promote and support a RDF power plant in Thailand, to assess the social return on investment (SROI) from the electricity production from RDF power plant in Thailand and to propose guidelines to increase social return on investment from electricity production of RDF power plant in Thailand. This research is a qualitative research designed by studying related documents and interviews to key ...
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    THE WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT OF HOTEL TYPE1 IN BANGKOK 

    Jariya Sanamthong; Wisakha Phoochinda (NIDA, 10/13/19)

    This research aimed to investigate hotels type 1 in Bangkok to: (1) assess their water footprint,  (2) study their water management, and (3) propose a water management guideline. Questionnaire was employed to reveal water management of 54 hotels type1 and to assess water footprint of 19 hotels type 1 through the calculation based on Hotel Water Measurement Initiative (HWMI) Methodology. The informants were representatives of 54 hotels type 1 in Bangkok. The level of water consumption was also obtained from Metropolitan Waterworks Authority. ...