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    ALLOCATION OF CARBON EMISSION QUOTAS FOR SELECTED INDUSTRIES OF THAILAND TO ALLY WITH ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF THE MARKET SYSTEM FOR CARBON EMISSION PERMITS 

    Isaree Jirajariyavech; Sompote Kunnoot (NIDA, 8/13/19)

    Thailand Emission Trading Scheme (Thailand ETS) was established to prepare for Thailand’s emission trading in playing a part in the global movement for the reduction of CO2 emissions. The energy intensive sectors, including, petrochemicals, cement, iron and steel, electricity, and aviation industries, are selected to target industries to achieve the reduction of CO2 emission. The implementation of Thailand ETS can be expected to effect change in the Thailand economy. This study applied the concept of economic cost as the external cost is introduced ...
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    Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Wastewater Treatment Plant in Chonburi Province Managed by Wastewater Management Authority 

    Wichet Phoonsap; Wisakha Phoochinda (NIDA, 9/24/20)

    This study aimed at analyzing management and operation of community wastewater, assessing Green House Gases (GHGs) emission from wastewater treatment system and then proposing guidelines for reducing GHGs emission from community wastewater and improving the wastewater management system operating by Wastewater Management Authority (WMA) at Chonburi Province. Interviewing with key informant i.e. responsible staff of WMA who operate the system and managerial staff of local administrative office (municipality). PSR (Pressure-State-Response) Framework ...
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    Communication Efficiency of Digital Boards Indicating Air Quality at Maptaput Industrial Estate, Rayong 

    WESARATCH WARUTTAMAPONGPHAN; Chamlong Poboon (NIDA, 9/23/20)

    This study was designed by cross-sectional study to assess the communication efficiency of digital boards indicating air quality at Maptaput Industrial Estate in Rayong province. The data were collected by using questionnaire with 390 people living in with Huaypong, Mabtaput and Banchang subdistricts. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics which are frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation (SD) and interferential statistics which are ANOVA t-Test and Pearson Correlation This study  found that the samples were 57.0 % male, ...
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    THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT APPROACH FOR SMALL HOTEL IN KOH CHANG (CHANG ISLAND), TRAT PROVINCE 

    Surapote NaThalang; Wisakha Phoochinda (NIDA, 5/29/20)

    The objectives of the study are to identify the potential, the needs, and the limitations in the environmental management faced by the small hotels in  Koh Chang, to study factors affecting the implementation of the environmental management under the present situation and to suggest the approach for the environmental management of small hotels in Koh Chang. This was a qualitative research which included one month of area observation and interviews with 36 related stakeholders. There were 29 informants of direct parties of 10 small hotel personnel, ...
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    EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF WASTE MINIMIZATION SYSTEM IN BANGKOK 

    Panuwatt Ontes; Chamlong Poboon (NIDA, 9/12/20)

    This research aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the waste minimization of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), study relevant factors, and propose an appropriate system of BMA's waste minimization (BMAWM). The data were collected through document research, participatory observation, and interviews with the BMA administrators and officers, and community leaders. Data analysis employed the CIPP-I framework for BMAWM evaluation, SWOT analysis for factor analysis, and Input-Process-Output (I-P-O) model for developing an appropriate ...
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    Guidelines for Public Participation in Municipal Solid Waste Management :Nakhon Si Thammarat Municipality 

    Salimar Kirdklinhom; Napong Nophaket (NIDA, 7/10/20)

    This thesis studies municipal solid waste (MSW) management of Nakhon Si Thammarat Municipality and its level of public participation. The purpose is to find the right guidelines for public participation in MSW management for this municipality. Research methodology is mixed method, combining qualitative and quantitative methods. The structured interview covers opinions from public officers, community leaders and villagers. The questionnaire covers those of the 400 households’ representatives who responsible for family's waste. Besides the descriptive ...
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    Land Use and Area Management in Ko Samet, Rayong  

    Thanakit Lhapthanaroj; Witchuda Srang-iam (NIDA, 12/21/19)

                 The purpose of this research is to study land use and area management in Ko Samet, Rayong, to study the changes of land use in Ko Samet and to analyze problems related to the area management in Ko Samet. The scope of this research is the area adjacent to ferry pier and main transport lines during 2002 – 2017, which is affected or related to change in land use and area management, both spatially and temporally.  This research employs a qualitative research approach, collecting data through observation, documentary studies, and in-depth ...
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    Long-term Characteristic of Air Pollution in Bangkok 

    Supanan Chirasophon; Pakpong Pochanart (NIDA, 9/24/20)

    The aim of this study was to examine the characteristics of air pollution in Bangkok, including CO, O3, SO2, NO2, PM10, and PM2.5. The original data was hourly collected from non-roadside (residential) stations in urban areas of Bangkok from the Pollution Control Department (PCD) of Thailand from 2006 to 2016. The result showed that the hourly, daily, and monthly characteristics of each pollutant had clear patterns. For gaseous, the concentrations of CO, SO2, and NO2 were higher during weekdays and had two peaks in the morning and the evening ...
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    THE PATTERN OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT OF THE MUNICIPALITY IN THAILAND 

    Wullop Yaiying; Tawadchai Suppadit (NIDA, 9/29/20)

    This study aimed to investigate the current development and ability of human resource in environmental aspect of the municipality, investigate the desired behavior of human resource development and system of human resource development in environmental aspect of the municipality, and recommend the pattern of human resource development in environmental aspect of the municipality in Thailand. The tools used to collect the data were questionnaire in order to assess the potential of human resource in environmental aspect of 345 municipalities at all ...
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    PAYMENTS FOR FOREST ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE POLICY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: ​A CASE STUDY OF VIETNAM 

    Teo Dang Do; Anchana Na Ranong (NIDA, 10/31/19)

    Payments for ecosystem services (PES) is widely employed in various settings; however, in what contexts and whether PES programs achieve their objectives by improving local livelihoods and conservation goals is still being debated. This dissertation assessed the impact of the Payments for Forest Environmental Service (PFES) policy on financial, natural and institutional capitals in order to respond to the critical question on whether and how much the PFES policy has contributed to poverty reduction and ecological enhancement. A case study from ...
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    ROUTE MAP ANALYSIS FOR FIRE EVACUATION PLANNING IN A SLUM COMMUNITY IN BANGKOK 

    Kunyaphat Thanakunwutthirot; Napong Nophaket (NIDA, 9/29/20)

    Fire is a major problem that causes loss of life and property. Fire incidents eventually occur with old community neighborhoods that have landmarks within or around. Small communities and slums in the inner area of Bangkok, Thailand’s capital city, are risk because they are also historical and cultural sites. Important government agencies of Bangkok are sometime also built in such area. In contrast, most Bangkok slums still lack measures or guidelines for managing the accessibility and fire safety. To prevent fire damage and redundant accidents ...
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    SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF APPROPRIATE WASTE SEPARATION STATIONS IN BANGKOK 

    Sasamon Monthalay; Karika Kunta (NIDA, 6/30/20)

    This study aimed to find factors for the appropriate area and suitable area to establish municipal solid waste separation station (MSWSS) in Bangkok and to propose recommendations for municipal solid waste management and MSWSS establishment in Bangkok. The methodology included a literature review and semi-structured interview to determine significant difficulties in Bangkok municipal waste management, AHP analysis to assess the significant factors and spatial analysis to determine the suitable location of MSWSS. The study found 11 factors in 4 ...
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    Spatial Environmental Assessment for Coal Fired Power Plant : A Case Study of Songkla Province 

    Supakorn Takamol; Chutarat Chompunth (NIDA, 9/14/20)

    This research is a qualitative research based on the Regional Environmental Assessment (REA). The concerned criteria were environmental, social, economic, and technology. The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) was employed as the methodological tool for weighing the criteria, and data were collected through in-depth interviews with key informants for the public hearing. The result showed that Tambon Sabayoi, Amphoe Sabayoi, is a suitable area for power plant construction because it meets with most of the investigated criteria. However, local people ...
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    Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of Trat Special Economic Zone Development 

    Mavika Kamsanrat; Chamlong Poboon (NIDA, 7/9/20)

    The objectives of this research are 1) to study alternatives at the strategic level in the development of special economic zones in Khlong Yai District, Trat and 2) to assess the alternatives in terms of economic, social and environmental impacts as well as suggest the most suitable alternative. The study proposed 3 strategic development options: Alternative 1: Implementation of all plans and strategies, consisting of 4 target tasks; Alternative 2: focusing on the implementation of certain plans and strategies, consisting of 3 target tasks, ...
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    A Success in Environmental Management : A Case Study of Nan Municipality 

    Marisa Nimkul; Chutarat Chompunth (NIDA, 7/31/20)

    The purposes of this study were 1) to study the environmental management of Nan Municipality; and 2) to examine factors which affected the environmental management. The study was a qualitative research. Data were collected  through semi-structured interviews with stakeholders of the environmental management of Nan Municipality also studied with non-participant observation and related documents. The management and evaluate organization system theory was used in this study. The results of the study were included many factors perspectives as follows: ...
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    Waste Management and Implementation of the Green National Park Project for Waste in Phu Ruea National Park, Loei Province 

    Patraporn Pispunt; Karika Kunta (NIDA, 9/15/20)

    The purpose of this study aimed to study current waste management systems, including the type and amount of waste of Phu Ruea National Park, Loei Province, to assess waste management operation under Green National Park Project, and to recommend appropriate waste management guidelines for the national park. This study is mixed study of both quantitative and qualitative methods. The literature review of related documents, academic articles, so on and semi-structured interview with key informant involving waste management and waste producer in the ...