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7 Questions to Ask When Looking for a Web Design in Thailand

Everyday thousands of business owners look for web design agencies to help build a website. Business owners understand the value of a website but most business owners don’t know where to begin. A quick Internet search and you’ll find plenty of options for web design in Thailand, but how do you know which companies can […] More

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How to Start a Blog (A Beginner’s Guide)

You’ve decided that you want to make a website, but you’re not really sure how to proceed? Generally, all peoples have a wish to make a blog, but very rare people are aware of the steps that can help them to make a website. So, understanding your problems and worries regarding making of a website, […] More

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Phuket governor orders people to stay inside after 8pm

Locals and tourists in Phuket have been told to refrain from going out of their residences from 8pm until 3am the following morning.

Phuket Governor Phakkhaphong Thawiphat, and president of Phuket Communicable Disease Committee made the decision on Saturday (March 28).

“The decision is part of an effort to better control and prevent the spread of the new coronavirus,” he said. “By the governor’s authority under sections 22 and 35 of Communicable Disease Act BE 2558, we ask for cooperation from both Thais and foreigners staying in Phuket to remain in their residence during the period from March 28 until further notice, except for emergency only.”

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Future of energy: What Thailand can learn from Finland and Denmark

Besides being among the world’s happiest nations, Finland and Denmark have another thing in common: They are both equally ambitious to become the world’s first carbon-free country.

Finland’s left-leaning coalition government, which came to power in the elections in April this year, has embarked on a daring plan to make the country carbon neutral by 2035. And its ultimate aim is to make Finland the first fossil fuel-free country.

While the plan definitely sounds ambitious, a quick look at what the country has accomplished so far in dealing with climate change should remove any doubts about how achievable it is.

Briefing a group of Thai journalists visiting Helsinki recently, Pekka Gronlund, deputy director general at the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, pointed out that currently 38 per cent of the country’s energy consumption is from renewable energy sources, mainly wood.

And by 2030, the country will see a 50 per cent reduction in the use of fossil fuel with coal being totally done away with.

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