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Call for abstracts opens
1 January - 31 August 2018hot

Submission of full paper
31 August 2018

Conference dates
22 - 23 November 2018

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Important Dates:

Activities Dates
Call for abstracts opens 1 January - 31 August 2018
Submission deadline 31 August 2018
Notification of acceptance 31 August 2018
Submission of full paper 31 August 2018
Final acceptance 30 September 2018
Early bird registration 1 June - 31 August 2018
Regular bird registration 1 September - 15 October 2018
Conference dates 22 - 23 November 2018


Conference Topics

Theme: Global Development for Environmental Sustainability

ENRIC 2018 invites paper on (but not limited to) the following themes:

  1. Sustainability Sciences and Technology
  2. Natural Resources and Environmental Management
  3. Environmental /Policy/Strategies
  4. Vulnerability and Changes
  5. Environmental Pollution Control and Management
  6. Environmental Monitoring and Surveillance
  7. Climate change and Global Warming
  8. Low Carbon Society
  9. Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus
  10. Public Participation in Sustainable Environments


The 3rd Environment and Natural Resources International Conference (ENRIC 2018):
Global Development with Environmental Sustainability
22 - 23 November, 2018, Chonburi, Thailand
49th Anniversary of the Royal Bestowal of Mahidol University's name and
130th Anniversary Celebration of Mahidol University

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The principle of sustainability is emerging as a global concept that requires effort and cooperation from all of humanity. Climate Change and new environmental problems make us question the traditional system of economic growth. Modern technology and its related manufacturing activity have made dramatic changes in both local and global ecosystems. Population growth, along with the deterioration of clean land, air and water, threatens the sustainability of adequate food supplies. Burning of fossil fuels has depleted traditional energy sources and created an atmosphere that will change the balance of nature over the entire planet. A healthy environment and natural resources are essential for the growth and development of any nation. Towards achieving the goals of livelihood security, it is important to conserve natural resources and improve the economic viability of life. Protection and conservation of land, water, biodiversity and climate are pre-requisite to saving our future earth in a sustainable way.

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ACCOMMODATION




Bangsaen Heritage Hotel, Chonburi, Thailand


Bangsaen Heritage Hotel is offering King Bhumibol's Science Symposium participants a very special rate of 53 USD (1,800 Baht) per night for standard room. We strongly advise the symposium participants to reserve hotel accommodation as soon as possible in order to benefit from the special rate. Please make your room reservation via the hotel website, or you can write an email to bangsaenh.sales@gmail.com. Identify yourself as a "KBSCSI 2017 participant" to receive the special rate.

50, 54 Bangsaen sai 1, Tumbon Saensuk, Amphur Muang, Chonburi, Thailand
Tel: (66) 0-3839-9899, 09-5247-3167
Fax: (66) 0-3839-9890

Website: http://www.bs-heritagehotel.com



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Travel Guide bag 


Chonburi is a city in Eastern Thailand, two hours from Bangkok. It is the capital of Chonburi Province.

By car
There are several routes from Bangkok to Chonburi:
Take Hwy 34, Bang Na-Trat to Chonburi.
Take Hwy 304, Bangkok-Min Buri, passing Chachoengsao Province-Bang Pakong into Chonburi.
Take the old route of Sukhumvit Road, Hwy 3, passing Samut Prakan Province to the intersection of Bang Pakong District. Enter Hwy 34 to Chonburi.
Take the motorway, Bangkok-Chonburi-Pattaya.

By train From Hua Lamphong Railway Station, there is 1 daily train running to Phlu Ta Luang Railway Station in Chonburi. For further information, Tel. 1690, +66 22 204 444, +66 22 224 334

By bus The best way to get to Chonburi is to get a taxi (approx 300baht) or skyrail to the Eastern Bus Station from Bangkok Airport Suvarnabhumi. Earlier reports on this page of a free shuttle to the bus station from the airport are incorrect, this seems to have been cancelled. From the bus terminal it is 85 km to Chonburi centre and takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Thai-tour-bus From the Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekamai), there are many air-conditioned buses to Chonburi from 05:30-21:00 every 40 minutes, Tel. 0 2391 9829.
Also, the second-class air-conditioned buses are provided from 05:30-21:00 every 30 minutes.
Tel. +66 23 912 504.
Non air-conditioned buses leave Ekamai every 30 minutes from 05:00-21:00. Tel. +66 23 912 504.
Otherwise, there are also air-conditioned buses leaving the Bangkok Bus Terminal (Mo Chit 2). Air-conditioned buses take the motorway from 06:30-18:30. Tel. +66 29 362 852-66
Additionally, there are private buses departing from the Southern Bus Terminal. Air-conditioned buses to Pattaya run daily along the Bang Na-Trat route and stop at the Rot Rungrueng Company Limted's air-conditioned bus terminal on Pattaya Nuea Rd. They leave from 05:30-18:30 every 2 hours. Tel. +66 28 845 582 or the Pattaya Branch at Tel. +66 38 429 877.

Get around
In Chonburi, there are many public transports such as the red pickup (Roddang) which is transport between Bangsaen and Chonburi. Furthermore, its path also passes to Ang Sila and you can go by the brown pickup (Rod Namtan). Next is the orange pickup (Rodsom). Its path covers between Bangsaen and Sri Racha. Cost of pickup transport is approximately 15 baht. Motorcycle public transport, that is, Win Mo Psy, is a good choice to go somewhere that is not so far. Service fees start with 15 baht and increase depend on the distance. Motorcycle services are everywhere in Chonburi.

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Loi Krathong Festival


Loi Krathong Festival

Loi Krathong festival is celebrated throughout Thailand. It takes place on the evening of the full moon night of the 12th month in the traditional Thai lunar calendar which is a great flood season; it usually falls in November .

The word loi means 'to float' and Krathong is a small lotus-shaped floating receptacle.It could be made from anything; traditionally it is made of banana leaves and banana trunks. Today the banana trunk core is sometimes replaced by styrofoam, paper, ice-cream cones, bread (baked into the form of a traditional krathong or a cute floating turtle). The banana trunk and bread krathongs are obviously eco-friendly, so better choices for you and your family.

The raft is decorated with flowers, a candle and an incense stick. People often leave a one-Baht coin, a lock of the hair and nail clippings in the Krathong.

(Source: Bangkok Post)