AiroTEC hosts air quality and climate change workshops with South Korean agencies NIER, United Nations organizations UNESCAP, GISTDA and
Thai and Lao university networks.

On November 29, 2023, Lecturer Dr. Thanat Bunchai, Vice President and Chairman of the AiroTEC Center, welcomed the top executive of the National Environmental Research Institute of Korea, President Han-Sung Kum, and welcomed the meeting participants. Along with opening remarks at the international workshop on cooperation on air quality and climate change (Workshops and Cooperation on Air Quality and Climate Change), with the National Institute of Environmental Research of Korea (NIER) as the main sponsor with representatives from the United Nations, UNESCAP, the Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA), a network of 12 Thai universities, including the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Kasetsart University, Thammasat University, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai University, Khon Kaen University, Naresuan University, Burapha University, Chiang Mai University, University of Phayao, Rajamangala University of Technology Isan and Chiang Mai Rajabhat University and 3 universities in the Lao PDR, namely the National University of Laos, Suphanuwong University, Champasak University.

The meeting content included a presentation on the dust and smoke situation, equipment, and related technology in South Korea by The President Han-Sung Kum, the top executive of the Korea National Environmental Research Institute. Presentation on Air Pollution Issues and Monitoring Systems in Korea by NIER, an ongoing initiative focused on UNESCAP (Clean Air for Blue Sky Asia: CABSA) by Hye Jung, Shin. Presentation Introduction of Asia-AQ ( SIJAQ) project in Korea by Mr. Lim Seok, Chang for the AiroTEC Center, there was a presentation of the pm2.5 dust and smoke situation occurring in Thailand, the North and ASEAN, and air quality measurement tools and related research by Dr. Ratchaphon Samput. Thanont, Director of AiroTEC Center, and Dr. Duangduean Thepnuan, Deputy Director of AiroTEC Center, for the hybrid discussion session, led by Asst. Prof. Dr. Chayanont Sawaddeenarunat, Deputy Director of AiroTEC Center. Which received the attention of those who attended the meeting and asked questions and discuss cooperation to bring knowledge, information, technology to benefit academic work and to be useful in solving the PM 2.5 dust and smoke problem and climate change problems.


ข่าวโดย: CMRU News