RHCCM: 2017

Regional Haze and Climate Change Management

CLIMATE CHANGE is possibly one of the most worrisome and challenging environmental situations of our time. In Thailand, and other AEC countries, HAZE is an additional burden affecting human health and the economies. The haze originates from a number of sources, for example, open-field burning and land-use conversion. Research focusing on these two environmental issues is, therefore, in a dire need for the public’s interest and policy makers. The research should be interdisciplinary encompassing all angles of climate change and haze.

Chiang Mai University is leading other leading research universities in Thailand to tackle the haze problem employing expertise from various fields, ranging from basic science of haze and its dispersion to capacity building of relevant stakeholders in knowledge about haze and its impacts and management. However, the haze problem is trans-boundary, showcasing research and effects to solve the problem should then be regional, so that a concerted effort can be later initiated and deployed..

Important Dates


Sep, 2017
Abstract Submission


Aug, 2017
Manuscript Submission (First Date)


Oct, 2017
Deadline for Manuscript Submission


Sep, 2017
Schedule Announcement


Nov, 2017
Conference Date


Lessons learned from Haze in Northern Thailand , The 13th Thai Study International Conference on Globalized Thailand: Connectivity, Conflict and Conundrums of Thai Studies

29 June 2017 14:51

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29 June 2017 14:46

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