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  • Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act, B.E. 2562 (2019)

    The reason for promulgating this Act is that the 1992 Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act has been in force for a long time and certain provisions and various measures in t...

  • Forest policies in Asia – a regional synthesis

    Historically, the main objective of forest management was timber production. Although forest policies and forest management objectives diversified and expanded long before the U...

  • National Forest Policy Review: Thailand

    Forestry policies do not last long and lack continuity. Some problems are solved temporarily but emerge again in the future. If policies are not incorporated into the national s...

  • Informational Basis of Policy Judgments: The Case of the Royal Forest Department of Thailand

    This report presents a preliminary analysis of policy formation in the area of forest management in Thailand. Despite its remarkable record of industrialization and economic gro...

  • The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) Thailand Readiness Plan Idea Note (R-PIN) Template

    The purpose of this document is to: a) request an overview of your country’s interest in the FCPF program, and b) provide an overview of land use patterns, causes of deforestati...

  • Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act B.E. 2535 (1992)

    To amend the law on wildlife conservation and protection.

  • Readiness Preparation Proposal (R-PP) for Thailand (Revised)

    The need for a multi-sectoral approach to REDD+ is recognized by Thailand’s Government. The government has put in place an institutional arrangement/management structure that re...

  • Revisiting forest transition explanations: The role of “push” factors and adaptation strategies in forest expansion in northern Phetchabun, Thailand

    Researchers and policy makers are increasingly looking at the drivers of forest recovery (or forest transition) for inspiration in their search for win-win solutions to deforest...

  • Recommendations from Thailand’s Civil Society Organizations for the Revision of the REDD+ Readiness Preparation Proposal (R-PP) for Thailand

    The recommendations given in this document were developed during the consultation workshop entitled. “Promotion of Equity in Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Deg...

  • Protecting and Restoring Forests: A Story of Large Commitments yet Limited Progress

    In September 2014, a broad coalition of governments, companies, civil society, and indigenous peoples’ organizations endorsed the New York Declaration on Forests (NYDF). Driven ...

  • Forestry in Thailand

    In 1985, the National Forest Policy was established in order to manage and develop the forest resources for sustainability and in conformity with the development of other natura...

  • Forest Plantation Act B.E. 2535 (1992) and Revisions

    There shall be added a definition of “Forest by-product” between the definitions of “Plant” and “Sign” in section 3 of the Forest Plantation Act, B.E.2535 (1992).“ The land whic...

  • Timber Legality Assurance System of Cambodia

    Presentation slides emphasizing the importance of having laws, regulations and clear policy as stated in the NFP in cooperation with EU to develop FLEGT-VPA

  • Agricultural Land Consolidation Act B.E. 2558 (2015)

    “Land consolidation” means the complete development of all plots of agricultural land to increase production and reduce production cost by consolidating several plots of land in...

  • Land Development Act (No. 2), B.E. 2558 (2015)

    It is expedient to amend the law on land development

  • National Profile on Occupational Safety and Health of Thailand, 2012

    The main purpose of this report is to summarize the ongoing OSH situations and statistics, national policy and action plan for OSH development of the country, as well as to faci...

  • Constraints on People’s Participation In Forest Management in Thailand

    It is an article about constraints to participation of local population in the forest management in Thailand.

  • Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora – Thailand’s Management Authorities competent to grant permits

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  • Thailand’s New Transfer Pricing Guidelines

    Transfer pricing refers to the sale of goods or services between branches of a company or subsidiary companies to a parent enterprise, and most countries instate some form of tr...

  • ‘More Valuable than Gold’: Thailand’s Fight to Save the Siamese Rosewood

    Dalbergia cochinchinensis, otherwise known as Thailand Rosewood or Siamese Rosewood, is an ancient hardwood found in the countries of the Mekong region, namely Thailand, Cambodi...