Bangkok May Be Gone In 30 Years | climate change thailand | ข่าวการลงทุนที่มาแรงที่สุดในวันนี้

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23 comments

Mike B 30/08/2021 - 20:37

they will keep pushing the date back and back and back

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aitai sakura 30/08/2021 - 20:37

Uhmmm why bangkok is copying Jakarta now? Lol

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Brian Johnson 30/08/2021 - 20:37

35 years ago, the government was supposed to move this city. They played around, did nothing, and now it is much worse. Too bad.

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David Smith 30/08/2021 - 20:37

Global temperatures have only changed a fraction (both up and down) since the mid 90's. Piss off.

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David Smith 30/08/2021 - 20:37

Anyone remember back in the 60's and 70's when climatologists swore we were entering a new ICE AGE?

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David Smith 30/08/2021 - 20:37

You build a city on what is essentially a mud flat. The sea level is not rising. Your expansion is causing drainage problems. The bigger the buildings in an area the deeper it will sink into the ground. Climate change doesn't affect just one city. If seas were rising then most of Miami Florida including most of coastal Florida would have already been under water. Get a grip and fix your infrastructure.

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ศิริญญา ทองไชย 30/08/2021 - 20:37

True, sometimes I worry about the flood in the future. I thought, Bangkok Thailand should be removed from the middle of country 🤔😌🤔

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Trip Kirtiputra 30/08/2021 - 20:37

Considering that Bangkok was established as the new Thai capital BECAUSE of its seasonal, making the land fertile, defendable from land invasions, and close enough to the sea (but not coastal), the city controlled floods waters through its canals, but over time these canals have been paved, making floods far worse than it should be. Paving concrete also limits the ability of water to replenish Bangkok’s aquifers, and the village chief forgot to mention that the mangroves that should have protected the village coastal areas was encroached and cut down to build the very villages he is trying to save, hence the program to replant the mangrove forests…but as anyone whose ever planted a mangrove forest, this takes much more time and effort than conventional forests…so it’s an uphill climb, but the mangroves are coming back, due to public and private cooperation to try to slow and reverse sea erosion.

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Kimhan Miawang 30/08/2021 - 20:37

“From my study, subsidence contributes to 68 per cent of the current problem of shoreline erosion, along with 16 per cent due to the sea level rising, 6.8 per cent from a lack of sedimentation, and 2.4 per cent from river delta dredging"
source: https://www.nationthailand.com/national/30324327

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caffiend 30/08/2021 - 20:37

Dont worry about it because Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the world ends in twelve years.

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George Merritt 30/08/2021 - 20:37

I bet you your self will be gone in 30 years Look how lone its lasted now

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Gecko 30/08/2021 - 20:37

Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines. On the next episode for sinking is maybe be Jakarta? Jakarta is really sinking. In the other video CNA feature, Manila is sinking but in reality, it is Bulacan Province. Metro Manila is not sinking it sturdy. Maybe CNA meant that prone to flooding is the Greater Manila Area that includes Bulacan Province But Not The Metro Manila.
(Metro Manila or Manila) is a region that consists of 16 Cities. The City of Manila is in Manila and the City of Manila is the Capital.

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DD826 30/08/2021 - 20:37

all bullshit

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david david 30/08/2021 - 20:37

FAKE NEWS !!!! typical left wing BS

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C P 30/08/2021 - 20:37

In 2011 the reason why Bangkok flooded was because to much water was released from a dam up north which slowly made its way south therefore eventually flooding large mainly northern parts of Bangkok. IT WAS NOTHING TO DO WITH RISING SEA LEVELS, fake news about 2011 floods.

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Jonathan Willis 30/08/2021 - 20:37

They say this about most major cities around the world…just saying.

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R Brown 30/08/2021 - 20:37

Those poles sticking out where the fishing village used to be aren't evidence of climate change. Those are evidence of the adverse effect that removal of mangroves has. There is nothing to protect the coastline from wind and waves when mangroves are removed and dramatic erosion is the consequence. Bangkok needs to regenerate mangroves ASAP.

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000 pete 30/08/2021 - 20:37

The city will adapt,
Nothing new from reporter that the Thais don't know, give us a break.

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brad lkt 30/08/2021 - 20:37

Time to think of floating house change the way houses are built.

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Vernon Thiede 30/08/2021 - 20:37

It will never happen. The higher Global Temps will dry up the excess water.

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Eugene Ong 30/08/2021 - 20:37

I dont think so, i heard about the same stuff in 1985 when i was there for 3 weeks..i stayed in our company condo at Soi 17, Sukhuvmit Road.

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Jia xi and jack ling 30/08/2021 - 20:37

When it was 2011 I was not born

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This is Cutie Ringo Joy 30/08/2021 - 20:37

So sad the water keep going up, seeing the remaining of electric poles

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