Thailand: Chiang Mai suffers from serious fine-dust pollution

Government agencies in Thailand’s Chiang Mai were ordered to let staff work from home to protect their health as levels of PM2.5 smog surged to almost unprecedented levels.Local residents have been requested to limit going outdoors amidst hazardous levels of air pollution.On April 7 morning, ...

Use law to end smog: Prawit

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon said law enforcement is the key to controlling fine-dust pollution which has shrouded the country over the past few weeks.Gen Prawit, who is also the chairman of the National Environment Board, said the NEB acknowledges all state agencies have put ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

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