A Call to Action: Thailand and the Sustainable Development Goals
Introduces Thailand’s sufficiency economy philosophy and the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Gives statistical data, policy and performance evaluation based on Thailand’s sufficiency economy philosophy framework while comparing to 17 Sustainable development goals (SDGs), including topics on poverty alleviation, food security, good health and well-being, quality of education, gender equality, clean energy, water and sanitary, work, industry and innovation, inequality reduction, sustainable communities, responsible business, climate change, marine biodiversity, forests, peace and justice, and partnerships for the goals. Reveals Thailand’s notable successes and challenges, especially the failure on Goal 13: Climate action. Proposes calls to action or projects that should be brought into action.