29 resource(s) found
February, 2018
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Internal migration is a defining megatrend of our time: it brings with it the potential for vast economic growth and sustainable development, but until governments have the information they need to engage in evidence-based policymaking, the positive transformational potential of internal...
January, 2018
Author: Sarah Reed, Ana Carolina Ogando, Poonsap Suanmuang Tulaphan, Chidchanok Samantrakul, Pannee Towakulpanich
"Informal Workers in Bangkok: A Scan of Four Occupational Sectors" explores key issues facing street vendors, motorcycle taxi drivers, home-based workers (both sub-contracted and self-employed), and domestic workers in Thailand's capital city.  Findings are based on 11 focus...
December, 2017
This chapter presents a snapshot of the challenges and opportunities for adaptation finance as seen from the ground and is based on on-the-ground experiences and interviews with practitioners in the field. Author and ISET CEO Kenneth MacClune wrote the chapter based  experiences of climate...
September, 2017
Author: Jim Jarvie
A report to ESPA on behalf of the ACCCRN Network ...
June, 2017
This desk review of evidence on ecosystem services and resilience in urbanizing contexts in Thailand supports a scoping study being carried out by a Working Group co-created by ESPA (Ecosystems Services for Poverty Alleviation Directorate) and ACCCRN (Asian Cities, Climate Change Resilience...
March, 2016
An interview with Mrs. Patcharin Chai-rob a local research coordinator for the Thailand Research Fund (TRF). She shared about the development of the research in line with the strategy of dealing with climate change and giving benefit to the community from the water management. The building...
February, 2016
Interview video with Mr. Aphicha Trasin, chairman of Chiang Rai Tourism Association on how one of the activities being carried out in Chiang Rai is the development of strategies for sustainable tourism. 
August, 2015
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The Urban Climate Resilience in Southeast Asia Partnership (UCRSEA) is co-led by the Thailand Environment Institute and the University of Toronto. Together with academic, local government, and civil society partners, the team will refine and apply tools for assessing vulnerability and building...
July, 2015
Author: Diane Archer
Attached are the details of a new call for research proposals under IIED’s ACCCRN grant. The call is targeting Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. The focus of this call is on examining the extent to which gender dimensions have been or should be considered in the process of assessing...
February, 2015
Author: Rockefeller Foundation
Insights from the Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network: Ten Cities, Four Countries, Five Years: Lessons on the Process of Building Urban Climate Change ResilienceThe Rockefeller Foundation initiated a nine-year Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network (ACCCRN) in ten initial...