The ongoing global pandemic may increase job insecurity and ruin rudimentary social welfare structures, amplifying the vulnerability of migrant workers.
Thanks to globalization we now can enjoy seafood from all over the world. But with less fish in the sea to catch, someone has to pay for the misdeeds of unsustainable fishing.
For generations, upland communities of Vietnam, Thailand and Nepal relied on fruits, nuts, mushrooms and berries when harvests were low, and used shifting agriculture, allowing soil to rebound.
Forests have, historically, had a very important role in food security in upland areas of South and Southeast Asia – both as sources of wild food and as sites for grazing, planting food trees...
The Government of Thailand is currently taking steps to promote sustainable agriculture as an alternative to conventional high- input, intensive agriculture systems in Thailand. The government...
In 2015 SIANI funded a new Expert Group in Southeast Asia, which has been looking at best practices and the capacities for Higher Education for Sustainable Agriculture (HESA) in the region.
The new brief draws together SEI research done between 2011 and 2014 on agribusiness developments – especially of oil palm – in Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. It presents overarching insights from that work, along with recommendations for how the industry could be governed more sustainably and aligned more closely with the interests of lo
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Poonpipop KASEMSAP, Representative of The Office of the Higher Education Commission, Ministry of Education responded to the following questions in this presentation:
Mr. Suppanart KETCHAROEN, Director of Agricultural Extension Research and Development Division, Department of Agricultural Extension (DOAE) responded to the following questions in this presentation;
On March 19 and 20th 2015 the Chulalongkorn University School of Agricultural Resources (CUSAR) in Bangkok hosted a small expert group discussion followed the next day by a Public Forum and Academic Dialogue on “Higher Education for Sustainable Agriculture (HESA) and Food Security in Thailand.” Government officials, scholars, international agency repre