The number of internally displaced people is at a 41.3 million record high, and an increase of more than a million since the end of 2017.
Both Malaysia and the Philippines recently announced plans to return waste from Western countries that had improper labelling.
In 2015 the EU issued a “yellow card,” warning the Thai government it would suspend its imports if no action was taken, and in January it...
With a longstanding experience on waste management and circular economy, in its recently adopted Plastics Strategy, the European Union has committed to assist other regions in...
The Thai Rice NAMA will focus on six relevant provinces in the Central Plains of Thailand: Chainat, Ang Thong, Pathum Thani, Singburi, Ayutthaya, and Suphanburi
Climate change and global warming translate into serious effects on Chiang Rai’s tourism as winters will likely become shorter and warmer.
Thailand is ranked 6th in the list of world’s worst offenders for dumping plastic waste into the sea
The average Thai consumer uses approximately eight plastic bags a day – or 500 million plastic bags per day for the whole nation.