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31. learning | 12 Oct 2011
» Inner city Bangkok will be...should be...might be safe, but situation in outer suburbs is problematic. Suvarnabhumi airport's flood prevention system is in full operation.
32. learning | 25 Nov 2011
» Residents living above where the "big-bag barrier" was recently dismantled are cheering, while those below it are protesting.
33. learning | 19 Mar 2012
» Their district under water for 141 days last year, Bang Rakam residents are hopeful new water management plans, known as the Bang Rakam model, will prevent a repeat this year.
34. news | 11 Oct 2013
» More than 3.5 million residents of 14,782 villages in 304 districts across 42 provinces have been affected by flooding since Sept 17, the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department, reported on Friday.
35. learning | 27 Apr 2012
About the floods
» Large expensive construction projects the government focus, rather than using Bangkok's extensive ancient canals that already exist.
36. news | 25 Oct 2013
» A total of 80 people have been confirmed dead as a result of floods in 47 provinces since Sept 17, Chatchai Promlert, director general of the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department, said on Friday.
37. learning | 27 Jun 2013
» The College of Management Mahidol University (CMMU), determined to be a leading management school in Asia contributing knowledge-based solutions with social responsibility, is providing innovative postgraduate programs i...
38. learning | 19 Dec 2011
People in the news
» Wiwat Singchai, a business man from Samut Sakhon, had no expertise in water management, but that didn't stop him from introducing two innovative projects that helped keep his province dry.
39. learning | 24 Oct 2011
» Local residents have been ordered not to interfere with flood management efforts like the building of the dyke pictured below to block floodwater from flowing into Khlong Prem Prachakorn.
40. learning | 18 Nov 2010
» Computer software can be used to predict floods and limit damage. A new website in Thailand shares the open source secrets of its construction.