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CMU hosts conference on Global Warming

Center for Knowledge Transfer opens in Doi Saket

CMU hosts conference on Global Warming

Students use colorful rain jackets to bring attention to global warming at the recent seminar held at CMU.

Saksit Meesubkwang
The Faculty of Science at Chiang Mai University held a conference on global warming with main speaker Dr. Arnon Sanidwong na Ayudhaya who revealed that temperatures in Thailand have increased 2-3 degrees Celsius in recent years.
Dr. Sanidwong na Ayudhaya, Director of Global Warming Research, spoke to over 200 academics and students about his research and the effects of greenhouse gases and emissions that are on the increase.
He added that the main causes of global warming found in Thailand are deforestation, emissions from industrial plants and vehicle emissions from the 1.9 million vehicles in the country.


Center for Knowledge Transfer opens in Doi Saket

Deputy Chiang Mai Governor Vilas Rujiwattanapong presided over the opening ceremony of the Center for Knowledge Transfer Networking in Doi Saket which was initiated and organized by the Institute of Technology Transfer to the Community to honor His Majesty the King on his 80th year anniversary. Mr. Vilas was welcomed by Mr. Chaiyong Ua-viriyanukul, Rector of Lanna Rajamangkhala Institute of Technology.



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