Lecturer Dr. Ratchaphon Samputtanon, representative of AiroTEC, attended the training to build capacity
in using Pan/GEMS tools and data.

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment through GISTDA together with UNESCAP (United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific), NIER and KOICA opened the training course “GEMS capacity building training program” as an activity under the project “Building the Pan-Asia Partnership”. for Geospatial Air Pollution Information” (PAGAPi) with Mrs. Kandasri Limpakhom, Deputy Director of GISTDA, Geo-Informatics Mission, Mr. Keran Wang from UNESCAP, Mr. Youngsuk Jun from KOICA and Mr. Dongwon Lee from NIER jointly giving the honor of opening the event. At meeting room 1, 7th floor, Ratthaprasasaphakdee Building. This training was held from 8 – 19 January 2024 at the GISTDA Training Center, Bangkok in a Hybrid format with 13 representatives from agencies involved in air pollution management from ASEAN countries including Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Lao PDR, and Vietnam, as well as Mongolia and South Korea. Participate in such training to increase the capacity of government agencies. Education sector and environmental management agencies in Thailand and the ASEAN region will use data from Pandora and GEMS satellites to monitor and manage air pollution effectively at both the national and regional levels.


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