The “HLF World Tour” stops this week at Thailand ecosystem to discover this great member of the #HLFcommunity.
🇹🇭 The EECi Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation is an innovation hub located at the heart of the Eastern Economic Corridor in Wangchan District, Thailand. Its ultimate goal is to support the transformation of Thailand into a country that thrives the innovation and enhances the quality-of-life of its people on a sustainable and self-sufficiency path.
Meet Janekrishna Kanatharana, Executiv Director of the EECi and head of the Thailand #HLF Delegation, and watch him speaking about Thailand in the Context of Covid-19 Crisis and presenting the Science Park Ecosystem in Thailand at the last #HLFConnectBriefing on: https://bit.ly/3tIrtbJ
✍️ “Water” is the most important factors for durian plantation. The more promising economic value of durian, the more expansion of durian cultivation areas, which will definitely lead to the increasingly demand of agricultural water. […] Shortage of water will then be the major challenge of the eastern region to cope with the dramatically increased in demand that will trigger conflict between the new economic development and the local residents in agricultural sector.”
The second stage of our World Tour in Thailand focuses on an Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation – EECi publication that addresses societal, industrial and agricultural issues.
💧 This article is about EECi supports on the sustainable development of water in #agricultural sectors using local wisdom and innovation to optimize the agricultural water utilization efficiency
📑 Title: Local Wisdom: When technology alter perspectives of durian farmer
Date of publication: March 18, 2021
Article’s link : https://lnkd.in/dGbNQmd
We end this HLF Wolrd Tour in Thailand with a second article from EECi Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation. 🇹🇭
💡 🦾 This article highlights the importance of innovative #technologies and the sharing of scientific knowledge via #collaborative platforms to face the societal challenges of tomorrow. Here, it is a question of rethinking aquaculture to make it more sustainable with an open innovation project on the topic of shrimp farms.
The ultimate goal of this collaborative project is to promote sustainable aquaculture in Thailand and to equilibrate between modern advancement and #environmental concern.
Congrats Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation – EECi!
📑 Title: Towards sustainable aquaculture through Innovative Technology & Open Platform
Date of publication: April 16, 2021
Article’s link: https://lnkd.in/dYW86vu