ST3-Knowledge Sharing

Development of Co-Design Method of Integrated Strategies with Adaptation to Climate Change in Thailand

In order to achieve the following project purpose of ADAP-T, this group promotes close communication among stakeholders in high level (ministerial, national committee level).

  1. Based on the results of ST2 research groups, to examine the ways of adaptation measures by region and sector, and develop co-design methods for adaptation strategies.
  2. It is considered effective to evaluate various effects and extract stakeholders’ interests through stakeholder analysis. Therefore, the evaluation criteria necessary for co-design with various stakeholders will be examined through reviews of plans that should incorporate advanced research and adaptation measures, interviews with planners and experts, and questionnaire surveys with citizens.
  3. Based on the multi-criteria analysis, the combination of existing plans and adaptation options (portfolio) for each sector will be examined through collaboration with central government, local governments, citizens, local researchers and others.
  4. Furthermore, to examine changes in evaluation criteria due to future population growth and economic growth, and their impact on portfolios. Workshops and symposiums will be held in order to accelerate co-design and realize good practices.


Thai Side

  • Thanya KIATIWAT – Kasetsart University (KU)
  • Wanchai ARUNPRAPARUT – Kasetsart University (KU)
  • Sudsaisin KAEWRUENG – Kasetsart University (KU)
  • Napaporn PIAMSANGA – Kasetsart University (KU)
  • Suttisak SORALUMP – Kasetsart University (KU)
  • Sompratana RITPHRING – Kasetsart University (KU)
  • Weerakaset SUANPAGA – Kasetsart University (KU)
  • Chaiwat EKKAWATPANIT – King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)
  • Chompunut SONGKHAO – Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP)
  • Katunchlee THAMMAKUL – Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP)
  • Teerapong LAOPONGPITCH – Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP)
  • Adisorn CHAMPATHONG – Royal Irrigation Department (RID)
  • Thada SUKHAPUNNAPHAN – Royal Irrigation Department (RID)
  • Somsak VIVITHKEYOONVONG – Royal Irrigation Department (RID)
  • Kanchadin SRAPRATHUM – Royal Irrigation Department (RID)
  • Boonlert ARCHEVARAHUPROK – Thai Meteorological Department (TMD)
  • Chalalai JAMPHON – Thai Meteorological Department (TMD)
  • Sairak CHAILANGGAR – Office of Agricultural Economics (OAE)
  • Montip SRIRATTANA – National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT)
  • Sittiporn PETCHDEE – Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM)
  • Woranuch EMMANOCH – Royal Forest Department (RFD)
  • Director DG, Environment Department – Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)
  • Hansa AMATAYAKUL – Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)
  • Ratchaneewan JAIWISALSATITT– Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)
  • Yanyong INDHARITE – Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)

Japanese Side

  • Taikan OKI – The University of Tokyo (UT)
  • Hiroaki SHIRAKAWA – Nagoya University (Nagoya U)
  • Masashi KIGUCHI – The University of Tokyo (UT)
  • Keigo NODA – Gifu University (Gifu U)
  • Kyoko MATSUMOTO – Toyama Prefectural University (Toyama Pref. U)

Highlighted Research Results/Outcomes

  • Assigned as a member of National Committee for Climate Change Adaptation (Dr. Thanya)
  • Organized Project Management Committee meeting with ONEP, RID and TMD every 2-3 months
  • Presented project activities for ASEAN governmental officers in JICA training course held in Bangkok, Thailand (Dr. Thanya)
  • Presented research activities in “G20 Climate Sustainability Working Group (CSWG) Adaptation Work Program: 2nd Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand” (Dr. Sompratana/ST2-Coastal, Dr. Suttisak/ST2-Sediment)
  • Provided scientific report titled “Climate Change Effects and Adaptation Measures on Water related Sectors in Thailand” to ONEP for National Adaptation Plan (NAP) based on results of ADAP-T research groups

Group Activities

Activity Report: January 2018