An Introduction to an Integrated Model of Ecological Farming and Sustainable Development by Buddhist Peaceful Means: A Case Study of Khok Nong Na Model, Prang Ku, Sisaket

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Kanchana Horsaengchai

Abstract

 Nowadaysthe productivity in the agricultural sector around the world has dropped significantly due to climate change. It has affected the food system when more than 800 million people in the world face hunger and famine in 2020. Moreover, there are many Thai farmers who are still struggling with poverty and household debt. Confronting these problems have led to a holistic approachof creating “agricultural transformation model” as discussed in my dissertation in progress. The model is consciously designed to include the idea of sustainability to improve the farming system in Thailand and enhance people’s well-being. The purpose of this paper is to understand the problems and envision a possible solution.

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Horsaengchai, K. (2022). An Introduction to an Integrated Model of Ecological Farming and Sustainable Development by Buddhist Peaceful Means: A Case Study of Khok Nong Na Model, Prang Ku, Sisaket. Journal of the Philosophy and Religion Society of Thailand, 17(1). Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/parst/article/view/256800
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