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Thailand | Suphanburi

Suphanburi is a province in central Thailand that is rich in both natural and historical history. It is situated 88 kilometres northwest of Bangkok. As of 2018, the province counted a population of around 848,700. Suphanburi’s landscape consists primarily of low river plains, with small mountain ranges in the north and west. The province is an agricultural hub, with rice and other crops being major contributors to its economy.

Climate change is a growing concern for Suphanburi Province, as it is for the rest of the world. The province experiences a tropical savanna climate, with temperatures ranging from 20°C to 35°C throughout the year. The changing climate has had significant impacts on the agriculture sector, with droughts and floods affecting crop yields and overall productivity.

The Thai government has implemented policies and programs to promote sustainable energy development and address the challenges posed by climate change. Suphanburi Province has been a beneficiary of these efforts, with the installation of solar panels in public buildings and other facilities. The province has also implemented energy-efficient lighting systems and improved waste management practices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


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