90 percent of hotspots in northern Thailand caused by human activity

About 90% of the hotspots in northern Thailand are caused by humans and PM2.5 atmospheric pollution in the region is expected to increase before it gets any better, said Director-General…

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Worsening air pollution in Mae Hong Son and other northern provinces caused by man-made fires

Forest fires and illegal burning of farm waste by villagers have worsened air pollution in 17 of Thailand’s northern provinces, especially in Jongkham sub-district of Mae Hong Son, where PM2.5…

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Environment Ministry launches project to convert dried leaves into solid fuel

Thailand’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has come up with an innovative project to transform natural waste, such as dried leaves in forests, into a renewable energy source. They…

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Brackish tap water threatens flora in Government House compound

Brackish tap water, caused by the intrusion of seawater into the Chao Phraya River, is threatening some of the flora in the compound of Government House, prompting officials to seek…

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