Forest fires and smog in Lampang recur every year in January to April. The incident affects the condition of forests, wildlife, the health of the locals, transportation system, and the economy of the province. Forest fires are caused by farmers burning agricultural waste to prepare farmland or to search for non-timber forest products. To solve such problems, an energy and environmental management policy is set to reduce carbon dioxide (Net Zero Emission) and to promote renewable energy instead of fossil fuels. The policy leads to “Zero Burn Community Model” project with the cooperation of the government sector, the private sector as shown in the picture below.