The Bangkok Metropolitan Authority (BMA) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) have met to study the environmentally friendly growth of Bangkok, and to establish guidelines that address the effects of climate change in the future, aiming at making Bangkok a more livable city.

The acting Governor of the BMA, Pussadi Tamthai revealed that the meeting, held at the Sukosol Hotel, studied the factors affecting the city's growth and the likely effects of climate change, so that it is possible to develop policies as guidelines for the future of Bangkok, as an attractive and livable city for millions of residents.

In addition, the policies will comply with the 11th National Economic and Social Development Plan (2013-2016).-VNA