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    Guidelines for promoting Tilapia breeding by Life Cycle Assessment Techniques to reduce the environmental impact based on Smart Farmer and Circular Economy principles.Case Study: Natchaphon Farm, Sai Noi District, Nonthaburi Province 

    TITA Vorachinda; ฐิตา วรจินดา; Wisakha Phoochinda; วิสาขา ภู่จินดา; National Institute of Development Administration. The Graduate School of Environmental Development Administration; Wisakha Phoochinda; วิสาขา ภู่จินดา (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2023)

    This research has its key objectives of assessing environmental impacts caused by Tilapia farming, using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA): Cradle to Gate method and Greenhouse gas emissions to suggest guidelines to reduce the impact and improve the Tilapia farming process. The Semi-Intensive culture farming method was applied together with an in-depth interview from key relevant persons including farmers who breed Tilapia using a  Semi-Intensive culture method from nearby areas. This research found that greenhouse gas emissions released from the farm ...
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    Ittisak Jirapornvaree; อิทธิศักดิ์ จิราภรณ์วารี; Tawadchai Suppadit; ธวัชชัย ศุภดิษฐ์; Tawadchai Suppadit; ธวัชชัย ศุภดิษฐ์ (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2022)

    Sustainable Development of Jasmine Rice Industry: Thung Kula Rong Hai, Thailand aimed to assess economic and environmental impacts from activities linked to jasmine rice supply chain for suggesting the guidelines for sustainable development of jasmine rice industry. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Life Cycle Cost (LCC) were selected to apply in this study. Forty-nine farmers, five rice processors, and distributors were selected as samples in these studies. The CML-IA baseline v3.01 (e.g., Global Warming, Acidification, and Eutrophication.) were ...