Thai energy policy comes in come criticism by Green Peace

Thailand’s energy policy has failed to develop solar and wind energy, making Vietnam a hub for foreign investment, employment and production, with these helping reduce the impact on that country’s economy from the Covid-19 crisis, Greenpeace Southeast Asia said in its Southeast Asia Power Sector ...

The Nation Reporter

Greenpeace proposes widespread collection fee to drive push against disposables

Greenpeace has proposed an indiscriminately-implemented collection fee as a means to eradicate single-use plastic bags and containers from disposal, as well as to establish an independent fund for rehabilitation of Thailand’s seas.The popular environmental group’s proposal comes on the heels of the deaths of two ...

The Nation Reporter

EXCLUSIVE: Haze woes lIkely to lInger, worsen

Citing new contributing factors, environmentalists gloomy over prospects of ending problem anytime soon – let alone in one week.Visiting Chiang Mai on Tuesday, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha issued an order to end the haze crisis in the North within seven days, alongside declaring it part ...

Piyaporn Wongruang

Greenpeace names top 10 spots for air pollution in Thailand

Greenpeace Southeast Asia has used Pollution Control Department data and a satellite map of PM2.5 concentrations to identify the 10 urban areas suffering the worst air pollution in Thailand.Keep reading ...

Greenpeace calls for statutory measure against PM2.5

Greenpeace Thailand has called on the Pollution Control Department to devise a law to fight particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5 micrograms per cubic meter or less (PM2.5).Keep watching ...

Thailand needs a more ambitious action plan on climate change

Thailand’s climate-change prevention commitment is not ambitious enough, environmental group Greenpeace warned, following a United Nations report last week that called for a major boost in prevention measures in order to keep global warming within the 1.5- to 2-degree Celsius target needed to prevent dire ...

Pratch Rujivanarom

Thai seafood exporter strives to clean up its act

Thai Union Group, the world’s biggest canned tuna supplier, is making strides toward improving its notorious labor practices in the face of Western pressure.About a year has passed since Thai Union reached an agreement with international environmental group Greenpeace, which had called for a boycott ...

Rainbow Warrior arrives in Phuket with a clear message

has arrived at the Phuket Deep Sea Port, where she will remain until Tuesday, with free tours on board the ship and a series of fun events and serious talks about critical issues affecting the environment in Thailand.Keep reading ...

Thai Union making ‘substantial progress’ on Greenpeace commitment

Thai Union Group has made “substantial, positive progress” on its commitment with Greenpeace to improve sustainability in fisheries and worker livelihoods through building on its SeaChange initiative.After reaching an agreement with Greenpeace in July, 2017, progress has been made implementing measures that tackle illegal fishing ...

Rainbow Warrior brings clean energy campaign to Thailand

The Rainbow Warrior, Greenpeace’s most iconic ship, is sailing to the Gulf of Thailand and will anchor near Songkhla’s most popular beach, Samila Beach, for five days, from May 16-20. Many activities will be arranged to accentuate the mission of the ship’s first visit to ...

Patcharawalai Sanyanusin

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