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The SEP for SDGs Partnership in Action

... threat to many businesses as well as massive changes in ways of life as we know it. The pandemic has caught us off guard. It exposes ... ... drive towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has either been standing still in many parts of the world ... ... Thailand, the “Sufficiency Economy Philosophy,” or “SEP,” our homegrown development approach, conceived and developed ... ... first one is the establishment of SEP learning centers, while the second one is the development of SEP-sustainable communities. Each ...
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21/06/2021

A Philosophy that Empowers from Within

... development. The kingdom has been promoting its homegrown Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) as an alternative approach to achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). First introduced by King Bhumibol Adulyadej after the Asian financial crisis... ... means producing and consuming within one’s capacity, and avoiding overindulgence. The second one is reasonableness, or the use of our mental faculties to assess the causes... ... environment and level. However, sufficiency economy does not mean we have to be complacent in life. We can consider going beyond our basic needs as long as it does not exceed our...
03/12/2021

The gift that keeps on giving: Thailand’s scaly quest for food security and sustainable livelihood

... Adulyadej, the Father of King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great; and, secondly, the species was first discovered and named in 1953 by ... ... “self-immunity.” This is in line with the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) that seeks to ensure a level of protection against unforeseen ... ... externalities while fostering sustainable food security according to SDGs Goal 2 of ending hunger, achieving food security, improving ... ... mouth, thereby reducing the rate of mutation and premature loss of life naturally associated with natural mouth brooding process. ...
20/08/2021

The gift that keeps on giving: Thailand’s scaly quest for food security and sustainable livelihood

... Adulyadej, the Father of King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great; and, secondly, the species was first discovered and named in 1953 by ... ... “self-immunity.” This is in line with the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) that seeks to ensure a level of protection against unforeseen ... ... externalities while fostering sustainable food security according to SDGs Goal 2 of ending hunger, achieving food security, improving ... ... mouth, thereby reducing the rate of mutation and premature loss of life naturally associated with natural mouthbrooding process. Thanks ...
20/08/2021
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