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Rainbow Warrior in Phi Phi Islands (UAV) 

Rainbow Warrior in Phi Phi Islands (UAV) 

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Academics and researchers present Krabi Goes Green report onboard the Rainbow Warrior which is anchored in Krabi province, Thailand.

The report, entitled Krabi Goes Green, was conducted by Greenpeace Southeast Asia, Thammasart University, the Healthy Public Policy Foundation and Save Andaman from Coal Network. It shows that Krabi Province can lead the renewable energy (RE) transition in Thailand and achieve 100% RE by 2026. This can be possible with a combination of modern biomass, biogas, solar, wind and mini-hydropower managed under an RE smart grid. The groups are calling on local and national policy makers to make this transition a reality. 
Rainbow Warrior in Phi Phi Islands
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Andaman Goes Green Message on Rainbow Warrior in Phi Phi Islands
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