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German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier embarked on a journey to Thailand’s rice fields in Ubon Ratchathani and Chiang Rai. The two Thai provinces boast over 4.2 million rai of rice fields. President Steinmeier and his delegation paid a visit to the Suan Ta Rom Demonstration Farm in Trakan Phuet Phon district, Ubon Ratchathani. The 35-rai (56,000 … …

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this is one of the major sources of particulate pollution in Thailand.

THe problem is that althhough this patch of land is espousing all the right messages the rich and powerful elite who own rice production are encouraging farmers to exactly the opposite

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And at the same time, german companies are buying CO2 certificats, generated from Bkk E-Busses (as commented here in Thaiger)

Plus the germans did shut down very save nucear powerplants, to produce power now with gas and coal.

And, of course, solar and wind, which they can't safe for darkness and times without wind.

I think, the german powerprices are now the highest in Europe. Petrol is already, even on highest prices, with modern cars often cheaper, as driving equal km in an electric car.

At the same time, they trying to skyrock the needed power, by wanting to change combustion to electric cars and gas and oil heating systems to electric systems.

 

Can someone tell them, no one in the world want there ideologies? That was the same, 80 years ago,now they trying it with a moral trail and cash check diplomacy.

 

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A sudden outburst of Teutophobia? - the share of renewable electricity in Germanyt rose from just 3.4% of gross electricity consumption in 1990, provided by conventional hydro, to exceed 10% by 2005 thanks to additional biomass and wind, and reaching 42.1% of consumption in 2019

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Let’s not forget that after the impressive visit to the rice fields of Phuket , the President also visited the “sticky rice” fields on Sukhumvit soi 4, Nana.    Humor is the ideal medicine for an increasingly hypocritical world.

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