Addressing Flood Risk in Chiang Mai

BY EDM | 23 OCT 2019
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A recent conference focused on mitigating flood risk in the Thailand town of Chiang Mai.

A summer conference allowed attendees to collaborate on ways to mitigate flood risk in Chiang Mai, a flood-prone town in northern Thailand. WWF presented a weeklong workshop where participants learned about nature-based flood management methods highlighted in the Environment and Disaster Management program's Flood Green Guide. Click the link below to read the full report.






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