THAI'S 'STABLE TEMPLE' CHALLENGES THE COAST OF THE COAST THAI'S 'STABLE TEMPLE' CHALLENGES THE COAST OF THE COAST

THAI'S 'STABLE TEMPLE' CHALLENGES THE COAST OF THE COAST
THAI'S 'STABLE TEMPLE' CHALLENGES THE COAST OF THE COAST
THAI'S 'STABLE TEMPLE' CHALLENGES THE COAST OF THE COAST

 April 08, 2019

Thai's 'Stable Temple' challenges the coast of the coast

As the ocean water gradually rose around their temple and their neighbors fled from the country, Thai Abuboo Somnuek Atipanyo refused to pass and today the country's rapid eroding coastlines to restore the warlines. Is a symbol Climate change, a dangerous combination of industrial agriculture and rapid citizenship, is threatening Thailand's Gulf Bay, is surrounded by the Somovic sea water. After the fishing process started 30 years, many of their neighbors moved to the land within a distance of 100 meters to rebuild their wooden houses in the fishing village of Swat Chen. Keeping in view the "Sachal Temple", 51-year-old Rabb, out of the sea standing at the saffron's garment near her saffron near her demolition, where the local school stood once.

"The temple was in the middle of the village," he told AFP in Samut Chen about one hour's south bank. "If we move it, people will not know there," he said, "they say about the temple today, only today is available to a small extent. These beaches are widely protected by the mangor forests - the largest in the Gulf Bay of Thailand - a natural defense against the end of the coast, along with its wide rooted shore line. But this is an open war to protect them. In recent decades, Mangal forests have been cleared for the development of new developments as well as the widespread growth of salt and salt farms.

According to a report from the Country Navy Naval and the Beach Resources and the United Nations Environment Program, between 1961 and 2000, almost one-third of its vast coastal forest was lost in Thailand. Climate change also has an effect: strong waves and more corrupt monsoons have mangled mangoes in the Gulf of Thailand, which are especially vulnerable due to its water. Broken Jurggongsk said "the waves and the tall are far more than ever" that suggest the Thai government advise its policy to fight stress. Asian and Caucasian beaches have two affected areas of the world. This is a global issue: square kilometers square kilometers from the world's coast - between 1984 and 2015, lost the same as the surface of Haiti.

According to AFP by the navy department and coastal resources, there are a quarter of the country's coast in Thailand - or about 700 kilometers (500 miles) - some "intense". Now Thailand's precious Mingrox ecosystem is pushing to restore a national voluntary tree refining scheme, including Somnuek Island. We have a sunny sunny afternoon, people who fall deeply in the ocean to change the mangrove trees. Keys in the caps and caps, they plant flute bamboo nucleus as well as young nails that help prevent waves. "This project is called 'planting forest in the hearts of people', '' operates this program, said Vasin Datsun.

Established in 2016 by the city officials of Bangkok, the project has changed 84 acres of mangoes so far throughout the country. Voice is hoping that the project will succeed, where others have failed. About 10 years ago, Thaut had helped the residents in the Samutthan Chen Alternative Mango trees, but some areas were far too far. "If you plant too many mangroves, it can not help," he said. Another strategy to work as cereals in cement cells and seored themselves - to make an alternative to Mango roots. Striped along the coast, where many meters of Silone beaches have been helped to reset. Tata said, but with the rapid growth with the coast it is the race to maintain.

As with the coastal coast of Somovak, there is some hope for the future. Floating on the so-called floating temple for instagram worthy selfies. Kaningamut, head of the Vesian village, said, "The fight against the end of