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SCP Champion: Sustainable Oranges

Golden Oranges of Thung Chang district, Nun province, are one of the few sustainable agricultural products championing for transformative sustainable change from a chemical-intensive farming to sustainable farming system. Recognizing the detrimental effects of chemical-intensive agriculture, such as deforestation, environmental health, and ultimately, our health, the creation of a sustainable initiative for these Golden Oranges were adopted by various farms in Nan. Not only was there an improvement in the well-being of farming communities and environmental health, but also in the taste and aroma of these oranges! Let’s all come together as SCP Champions and promote for these transformative changes for a healthy future.

Localizing SCP in Northern Thailand

In this documentary, the Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) Project under WWF-Thailand, localizes SCP as part of their project's key activities alongside local-based organizations, smallholder farmers and relevant key stakeholders.

Where the project aims to promote sustainable production practices, as well as the establishment of sustainable food value chain through the province’s local food biodiversity, it also looks towards the restoration of degraded agricultural and forest landscapes, as well as an improved community livelihood.

SCP Community Talk Forum: Is sustainability for all?

On March 8th, 2018, WWF-Thailand ‘s first SCP Community Talk Workshop took place at Ma-D, a Bangkok-based local community enterprise, bringing together five key speakers representing NGOs, retailers, media, social enterprise and academia to share knowledge and experiences on the need to adopt sustainable consumption and green lifestyles.

The workshop attaches importance to the consumers’ consumption patterns, touching on concepts and issues related to unsustainable farming patterns and its impact on the environment (i.e. air and water pollution, forest encroachment). Where emphasis is often placed upon key leaders from governmental and business sectors on creating and defining the framework for green lifestyles, the role of consumers to living and consuming sustainably were also highlighted on as a significant driver towards SCP along the fork-to-farm continuum, but also substantial change towards diminishing social issues of inequality, poverty, climate and food insecurity

Sustainable Cooking Workshop: Menu for Change

To inspire and educate consumer towards sustainable consumption, the Sustainable Cooking Workshop was launched under the collaboration between WWF-Thailand and Ma:D, gathering four invited key speakers from the culinary front and consumers from all walks of life to understand the source origin of various food products, harvesting and preservation principles of popular Thai ingredients, and sustainable cuisine practices that is eco-friendly.

The 3-hour workshop brought together food producers and consumers in a dynamic, interactive cooking class, focusing on how to create beautiful, delicious food whilst having as little impact on the environment as possible, as well as paving way towards the building of a vibrant community based on sustainability (what will be commonly known as ‘SCP Community’). Using only local and sustainable ingredients that are commonly used in Thai cooking, participants, alongside the helping hand of chefs and farmers, whipped up a multi-course meal, such as Thai Green Curry Chicken, Grilled Stuffed Freshwater Drum with Cumin, alongside a side of sustainable-sourced spices and seasonings, and four different types of Thai rice.

Eat Better Campaign

On June 30th, 2018, WWF-Thailand launched their latest consumer campaign “Eat Better”, an awareness-raising initiative to ramp up social momentum towards sustainable food system through the promotion of responsible consumption for consumers. To inspire and educate consumer on the need to adopt sustainable consumption and greener lifestyles, the year-long campaign was launched under the collaboration between WWF-Thailand and other civil society organizations.

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Through a year of online and offline activities, the SCP project under WWF-Thailand aims to mobilize citizens and civil society organizations alike to picture a world where responsible consumption and environmental preservation is a reality.
Learn more about how you can eat better at facebook.com/kindeekwa

WWF and CSO launches FLR349 Funding Model

The launch of the forest restoration funding model, “FLR349”, based on the agroforestry strategy “Three Forests, Four Benefits” under His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s “Sufficiency Economy Philosophy” will serve as a model for the restoration and protection of degraded headwater ecosystems and the eradication of social inequality. To take away the externalities and risks related to deforestation, the funding model provides an incentivized social financial mechanism and the promotion of sustainable markets for smallholder farmers to shift from monoculture production of maize, to sustainable farming practices. The landscape reforestation initiative is piloted in Song Tharn Village 1 (Mae Khee Mook), Baan Thub District, Mae Chaem Province, Chiang Mai, with 25 families participating, covering 135 rai of land. If land is dedicated to the ecological restoration of headwater streams, the funding model aims to pay 2,000 baht per rai on an annual basis to individual families for up to 5 years.















WWF-Thailand localizes Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) in Northern Thailand

In this documentary, the Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) Project under WWF-Thailand, localizes SCP as part of their project's key activities alongside local-based organizations, smallholder farmers and relevant key stakeholders.

Where the project aims to promote sustainable production practices, as well as the establishment of sustainable food value chain through the province’s local food biodiversity, it also looks towards the restoration of degraded agricultural and forest landscapes, as well as an improved community livelihood.

WWF-Thailand Launches FLR349 Funding Model

On September 27th and October 27th, 2018, WWF-Thailand saw the launch of the forest restoration funding model, “FLR349”, based on the agroforestry strategy “Three Forests, Four Benefits” under His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s “Sufficiency Economy Philosophy”, which will serve as a model for the restoration and protection of degraded headwater ecosystems and the eradication of social inequality. To take away the externalities and risks related to deforestation, the funding model provides an incentivized social financial mechanism and the promotion of sustainable markets for smallholder farmers to shift from monoculture production of maize, to sustainable farming practices.

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Workshop on “Redesigning Bangnumpueng Market”

The “Redesigning Bangnampueng Market” workshop, under the Sustainable Brand Bangkok 2018 forum, aims to promote knowledge and dialogue exchange on sustainable consumption and production (SCP) in food systems among local communities to better connect consumers and producers. The workshop consisted of knowledge sharing sessions from UN Environment, WWF-Thailand, TOPS Supermarket, Family Mart, the Sustainable Food Lab, Sookjai Farmer’s Market and Bangnampueng Market on creating consumer information of products toward the sustainability of local farmer markets, as well as highlighting on the challenges and opportunities of the sustainability outcome of farmers markets and local communities, as a self-assessment exercise and an introduction to supply chain hotspot identification tools.

WWF-Thailand supports Thailand’s transition towards sustainable agriculture

WWF-Thailand, in partnership with the Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) Foundation, addresses Thailand’s agricultural production mode as the country faces serious environmental challenges; offering mitigation strategies and measures to turn forest-encroaching mono-agriculture with intensive use of chemicals, to sustainable modes of agriculture production. Measures to connect farmers to green credits to raise farm productivity and economic viability were also addressed in the workshop.

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English and Thai.

Eat Better Animation Videos

At WWF-Thailand, we believe that there are huge opportunities to produce more food in a way that works with nature, not against it. As part of the Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) project, the “Eat Better” campaign was launched as an awareness-raising initiative to ramp up social momentum towards achieving a sustainable food system through responsible consumption. The campaign invites us to give thought to our consumption behavior and attitude - how we eat, purchase, manage and understand to need to adopt green eating lifestyle. From choosing to eat sustainable produced food, seasonal and local foods, food waste reduction, and learning to read food labels, the campaign offers opportunities and solutions for us to pave the way towards a sustainable future.

Campaign with Us Join us in mobilizing citizens and civil society organizations alike to picture a world where responsible consumption and environmental preservation is a reality. Learn more about how you can eat better at facebook.com/kindeekwa or wwf.or.th/en/scp using #EatBetter.​

Save the World Three Times a Day: Part 1



Save the World Three Times a Day: Part 2




Eat Better Animation Videos (Thai)

WWF-ประเทศไทย เชื่อว่าการผลิตอาหารในรูปแบบที่เป็นมิตรต่อสิ่งแวดล้อมเป็นเรื่องจาเป็นเร่งด่วน ในขณะที่ผู้บริโภคคือกาลังสาคัญเพื่อนาไปสู่การบรรลุเป้าหมายเพื่อระบบการผลิตอาหารอย่างยั่งยืน ด้วยการเปลี่ยนแปลงทัศนคติ เปลี่ยนพฤติกรรมการบริโภค อาทิ รูปแบบการกิน การจับจ่าย การจัดการ และความเข้าใจในรูปแบบการใช้ชีวิตที่เป็นมิตรต่อสิ่งแวดล้อมมากขึ้น

โครงการ "กินดีกว่า" หรือ “EAT BETTER” ได้เริ่มต้นขึ้นเมื่อต้นปีค.ศ. 2019 เป็นโครงการความร่วมมือระหว่าง WWF-ประเทศไทย และองค์กรภาคประชาสังคม เพื่อรณรงค์ผู้บริโภคและผู้ผลิตในการสนับสนุนรูปแบบการเลือกกินและการผลิตอาหารที่เป็นมิตรต่อสิ่งแวดล้อม แลกเปลี่ยนความรู้ แรงบันดาลใจด้านการบริโภคและผลิตอาหารที่ยั่งยืน และเข้าใจถึงความจาเป็นที่จะต้องปรับเปลี่ยนวิถีการบริโภคเพื่อรักษาโลกของเรา

ร่วมมือกับเราในการขับเคลื่อนภาคประชาชนและองค์กรภาคประชาสังคมเพื่อสร้างโลกที่วิถีการบริโภคที่ยั่งยืนและการอนุรักษ์สิ่งแวดล้อมนั้นเกิดขึ้นจริง โดยท่านสามารถเรียนรู้เพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับการกินที่ดีกว่าได้ที่ facebook.com/kindeekwa หรือ wwf.or.th/en/scp แฮชแท็ก #EatBetter

“กิน” แบบที่ “ดีกว่า” เพื่อโลกที่เรารัก: Part 1



“กิน” แบบที่ “ดีกว่า” เพื่อโลกที่เรารัก: Part 2

Amazing Bee Trip - Workshop on the importance of pollinators at Sustainable Brands 2020

In February of 2020 , as part of Sustainable Brands 2020 event, WWF- Thailand joined forces with Biothai, Go Organics, Heinrich Böll Stiftung Southeast Asia, Earth Net Foundation, and Thai Pesticide Alerts, to host a workshop on “The importance of pollinators for sustainable food production,” promoting pollinator restoration in nature and within the value chain.

The event comprised of honey testing, bee wax soap making, beekeeping techniques, informative talks, and a brainstorming session on how each sector can take an active and important role in pollinator restoration.

Find out more about the event here.