A Buddhist school in northern Thailand, echoing its tropical setting, embraces the interconnectedness of nature by incorporating natural or recycled materials in nearly every aspect of its design.
Climate Central reports on the prospects of wind power from a grassroots level in Thailand.
Shma’s Water City of the Future design calls for flood-based farming, landscaped reservoirs, biomass gasification and high speed rail in flood-prone Ayutthaya.
Japanese manufacturer Kyocera will supply 1 million solar modules – enough to produce 204 megawatts (MW) of power – for 34 6-MW solar power plants in Thailand.
One Thai inventor is seeking to get Bangkok drivers to move away from polluting gas-powered tuk tuks and into one which is powered instead by the clean energy of the sun.