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Ath Hemvijitphan, deputy country chairman, The Shell Company of Thailand Limited, shares his vision at the Thailand SDGs Forum 2018.

The Shell Company of Thailand Limited recently participated in the Thailand SDGs Forum 2018: Localising the SDGs (Thailand’s Sustainable Business Guide) seminar organized by online news agencyThaipublica and the Thailand Sustainable Development Foundation.

Read more: Shell commits to ‘Believe-Become-Belong’ concept

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A pod of pilot whales struggling not to beach themselves off the waters of Scotland, 2011. Photo: Getty Images

A male pilot whale struggled for five days to stay alive in Thailand near the Malaysian border after rescuers found it with 17 pounds of plastic bags in its stomach, the Washington Post reported on Sunday, but it ultimately succumbed to its illnesses.

Read more: Pilot Whale Dies in Thailand After Being Found With 17 Pounds of Plastic Bags in Its Stomach

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Bangkok

Thailand seems likely to emerge as a model of green building in Asia, a region that is urbanizing more rapidly than any other in the world. Last month, the country took a significant step by submitting two Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change: greening Thailand’s low- and middle-income housing, and greening the country’s government buildings.

Read more: Building for green growth in Thailand

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