KMITL is aware of the effects of climate change and the importance of adaptation to the livelihood of communities and countries. The institute therefore has many projects in order to educate the community and be aware of the impacts. Thus, KMITL provides local education programs or campaigns on climate change risks, impacts, mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early warning for local community
The website and mobile application for iOS and Android devices provides global meteorological and natural disaster data for free for public benefit. WMApp
World meteorological database and application The website and mobile application for iOS and Android devices provides global meteorological and natural disaster data for free for public benefit. All data, except earthquake repots, that appear in website and WMApp are produced using computer model and algorithms developed in research of Asst. Prof. Dr. Chinawat Surussavadee
Development of Hua Ta Khe Local Learning “Ladkrabang Model” project
Ladkrabang Model” is a project for the development of local community, Hua Ta Khe, by passing on knowledge, innovation and expertise of the faculty, students and staffs of the KMITL to engage such as dredging the canals, garbage collection in order to open a drainage and adjust the landscape around the water source along the community, improvement of bridge handrails. Moreover, there are educational service campaigns such as organizing a workshop to provide knowledge and demonstration on the development of DIY grease trap to manage fat or waste from the household, development of Hua Ta Khe Local Learning Center to facilitate the education of the new generation. KMITL also provides the health measurement services, as well as providing knowledge on how to prevent Aedes mosquitoes. The KMITL anticipates that this King Mongkut’s volunteer activity will be one of the models for community development of educational institutions, as well as to the other institutes across the country, to develop communities into good environment in the future.
Khok Nong Na Model on high ground to restore nature
Recovering bald mountains in Nan province, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, together with Natural Farming Foundation, create a learning area: Khok Nong Na Model on high ground to restore nature. There are examples of those who have changed from intruders to guardians to inspire the people all over the country. Moreover, the campaign also inherits the King’s Legacy and local wisdom at Ban Phakoi Wa, Huai Krating Village, Phra That Sub-district, Mae Ramat District, Tak Province
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