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I'm not sure how much climate change will affect Thailand. Bangkok and the Mekong are the most prominent environs to be affected if it happens as projected.

Here's a straw in the wind from Australia.

https://www.theage.com.au/environment/weather/like-a-furnace-massive-heatwave-could-roast-australian-records-20191213-p53jps.html

The more immediate problem in Thailand is pollution, particularly the air we breathe.

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3 hours ago, Misab said:

Every day you can see the pollution

Depends where you live, same same in many other countries why pick on Thailand.

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Thank you for sharing!  I was desperate for some good news for Thailand's retirees...

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What a laugh, you have made my day, all these doomsday predictions about sea level rises have been a fast for the last 20 years.

 

I agree, identifying the environmental issues and cleaning them up is a fantastic observation, especially in this country. 

 

Please keep focusing on the environmental damage and associated restoration but as for your CC doomsday sea level rises associated with your observations, Nah! 

 

You know the old saying, "correlation does not imply causation"  

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Misab said:

Berrec look here;

 

According to Google;

 

Sea levels could rise as much as 19 inches by 2050, ( ½ meter) according to what the report calls “mid-range projections.” The team used data from the U.S. Geological Survey to map all areas along the continental U.S. coastline containing homes that lie within one to 10 feet from the water level at high tide.

 

Temperature rising is at the moment the biggest problem.

According to NASA this is how it looks from 1885 to 2015:

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If you would delve a little deeper, there is an interesting video (maybe more than one) on You Tube, with charts and graphs, which shows just how Nasa has manipulated, not to say falsified, various data, to align itself with global warming/ climate change theories and postulations (by the doomsayers).

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17 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

Depends where you live, same same in many other countries why pick on Thailand.

 

It might be the same in many Asian countries and perhaps some African countries but if you look at Canada, Europe, South Amerika, USA you really have to search to find pollution above 50

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14 minutes ago, allanos said:

If you would delve a little deeper, there is an interesting video (maybe more than one) on You Tube, with charts and graphs, which shows just how Nasa has manipulated, not to say falsified, various data, to align itself with global warming/ climate change theories and postulations (by the doomsayers).

A video produced by the oil companies ? or by who?

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The climate change problem is not unique to Thailand or Asia, it is all the countries in the world

 

Generally the solution of government is to impose taxes and offer subsidies which everybody ends up paying and the climate continues to change as it has always done.

 

Now pollution is something govt can control and could start by banning all personal motor vehicles from the centre of Bangkok city since the transportation system is quite good.

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