Engineers and environmental advocates remain concerned about the government's 350-billion-baht flood management scheme, saying it lacks a detailed master plan and proper public input.
Former Royal IrrigationDepartment chief Pramote Maiklad listens to a speaker during a seminar on the 350-billion-bahtwater managementscheme held at the Engineering Institute of Thailandyesterday. PATTANAPONG HIRUNARD
The experts raised doubts at a seminar yesterday about the public hearings being organised by the Water and Flood Management Commission (WFMC), the scheme's operator.
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