Public Participation

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イシューブリーフ
Public awareness of appropriate solid waste management practices (3Rs; Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) is the starting point for and fundamental ingredient of a sound material-cycle and resource-efficient society. Public awareness forms the basis of public capacity, which enables the public to undertake actual actions of each element of the 3Rs. Such...
ポリシーレポート
A participatory pilot project is implemented based on the result of group’s discussion and brainstorming at the training workshop that carried out in Phitsanulok Municipality, Thailand. After returning to Battambang, Cambodia, a working group was formulated by the trainees in August 2012. Members of the working group include representatives from...
プレゼンテーション
Review and planning workshop on Eco-town
Phitsanulok Municipality has gradually achieved the zero waste target through the 3Rs implementation, polluter pay principle, public participation, pre-treatment prior to landfill and pyrolysis. The remaining waste to landfill is approximately 5%.
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International zero waste policy workshop
This presentation provides a successful story on zero waste policy implementation at Phitsanulok Municipality, Thailand.
プレゼンテーション
IPLA Global Forum 2012 on Empowering Municipalities in Building Zero Waste Society - A Vision for the post-Rio+20 Sustainable Urban Development
This presentation provides example of South-South Cooperation on improvement of solid waste management for climate change mitigation between Phitsanulok Municipality (Thailand) and Battambang City (Cambodia).
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Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum 2012
This session has addressed four important questions underlying the public participation and promoting fairness. They include: How adaptation decisions are made? Are the typical processes by which adaptation is governed fair? Is participation and representation of vulnerable groups sufficient? Are rights to adaptation being respected and access to...
プレゼンテーション
Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum 2012
This session has addressed four important questions underlying the public participation and promoting fairness. They include: How adaptation decisions are made? Are the typical processes by which adaptation is governed fair? Is participation and representation of vulnerable groups sufficient? Are rights to adaptation being respected and access to...