Thai Academics Hold Forum to Discuss Solutions to Toxic PM2.5 Dust

Academics in Thailand have held a forum to share their ideas and knowledge on ways to address the toxic dust problem in Thailand. The outcomes from the discussions will be presented to the government to aid in policy development.The President of the Council of Engineering, ...

Toxic dust levels continue to plague 8 northern provinces

Unhealthy smog levels continue to plague eight northern provinces, with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha due to discuss the crisis with provincial governors in Chiang Mai on Tuesday.Chayapol Thitisak, director-general of the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, said on Monday that hazardous levels of fine ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

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