The Community Lessons for Driven Green City Development in Pathum Thani Province

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Wanwipha Tailangka
Sathaphon Phusuwan
Natthaphan Dukhueng
Karusin Uwansri
Choocheep Biadnok


The objectives of this research were to study ways of driving green city development and to offer guidelines for driving green city development in Pathum Thani Province. This research collected qualitative data from key informants from city council administrators in Pathum Thani Province, who are in the positions of the mayor, the deputy mayor, and the council members or municipal clerks, for a total of 14 people by selective selection. The researcher used both in-depth interviews and focus group discussion by using informal interviews and the results of the research were as follows: Most of the green city in Pathum Thani Province of considering from development strategy of Asian Development Bank found that the integration of cooperating in city development parallel with environment development have been used infrastructure communication network and city plan have been designed by focus on conservation. For climate and disaster management, the focus is on stimulating the use of alternative energy. And social equality focuses on people's participation in city development, including strengthening locality pride and becoming a green citizen. Green city development guidelines in Pathum Thani Province. There are 3 steps to driving. The first step, the local administration organization surveys both the existing green areas and potential spaces to create green areas and establishes a development master plan in 3 steps of processing time, which are short, medium, and long term. The second step, create knowledge and understanding of the importance of green cities. Asks for people’s cooperation, including organizing the activities or contest, and appreciates the sponsor. The last step, set up an urban development fund through the cooperation of the private sector and civil society.


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Tailangka ว., Phusuwan ส., Dukhueng ณ., Uwansri ค., & Biadnok ช. (2022). The Community Lessons for Driven Green City Development in Pathum Thani Province. Rajapark Journal, 16(45), 473–486. Retrieved from
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