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Prapimphan Chiengkul

Prapimphan Chiengkul is an Associate Fellow with the Climate Change in Southeast Asia Programme at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Political Science at Thammasat University in Thailand, and Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation at the University of Warwick in the UK.

Articles by Prapimphan Chiengkul (9)

Café Culture and Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia

Prapimphan Chiengkul

Governments and non-government organisations can help newly formed producer groups, such as by subsidising costly organic or Fairtrade certification fees, until these farmer groups are financially self-reliant.

Food, Floods and Finance at COP27: Southeast Asia Must Act

Prapimphan Chiengkul

Southeast Asian governments should support the call to set up a new global loss and damage (L&D) financing facility, empowered with a broad and responsive mandate. It is insufficient to merely strengthen old institutions. An L&D facility is in every country’s interest.

There Should Be Some Tough Talk on Loss and Damage at COP27

Prapimphan Chiengkul

Southeast Asian countries should stand alongside other developing countries and call on more richer countries to compensate them for the damaging effects caused by climate change.

A Ground-Up Approach to Climate-Resilient Agriculture in Southeast Asia

Prapimphan Chiengkul

For decades, sustainable farmers and their networks have been experimenting with farming techniques that increase climate resilience in agricultural production. This article highlights important policy insights that can be drawn from their experiences in Southeast Asia.

When Tourism and Sustainable Agriculture Make Good Bedfellows

Prapimphan Chiengkul

Climate change poses serious challenges to the world’s food system. Implementing sustainable practices can help bolster climate resilience in agricultural production.