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This participatory action research is a joint project between Thailand Science Research and Innovation (TSRI) and the Department of Environmental Quality Promotion (DEQP). The work aims to create participatory communication among new generations on a wide range of environmental issues. The data collection was done through documentary research and from related individuals along with knowledge capturing from camp activities.
The study shows that participatory communication can drive environmental issues among youths and create their network in raising environmental concerns especially on climate change. Through camp participation, skills and potentials on different social movement issues are developed. Those issues are 1) garbage problem, 2) agricultural air pollution, 3) impact of coastal fisheries on marine ecosystem, 4) energy saving and alternative energy, and 5) impact of climate change on agriculture and the lives of community.
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