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Greenpeace demands government combat air pollution

BANGKOK (NNT) – Greenpeace Thailand and the civil network have held a march, demanding the government escalate its actions against the air pollution crisis, stressing the people’s right to clean air. People wearing N95 masks and holding campaign signs, one of which claimed the right to clean air, marched from Benchamabophit temple to the government’s […]Read More

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Bangkok’s Dust Levels Critical: Greenpeace

BANGKOK, Jan 24 (TNA) – Bangkok’s dust levels are considered critical and the government should declare the city as a pollution control zone to map out clear dust control measures and find long-term solutions to tackle the tiny dust problem, said Greenpeace Thailand country director Tara Buakamsri. The Air Pollution Control Department has reported the […]Read More

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Greenpeace holding exhibition on need for clean air

BANGKOK, 29th January 2018 (NNT) – Greenpeace has organized an art exhibition displaying works created using particulates of less than 2.5 microns, to illustrate the dangers posed by air pollution. Artist Ruangsak Anuwatwimol contributed the piece “Memory” to the exhibition entitled “Right to Clean Air” currently taking place at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center. […]Read More

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Greenpeace vessel ‘Esperanza’ arrives Bangkok

SAMUT PRAKAN, June 26 – The Esperanza, the latest and largest vessel in the environmental activist organisation Greenpeace fleet has moored at Bangkok Port in Khlong Toei and will be open for public visits from tomorrow through Sunday. More than 50 trawlers in Samut Prakan downriver from the Thai capital welcomed the environmental campaign ship […]Read More

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Greenpeace calls on Thai Govt to develop sustainable energy system

BANGKOK, 19 August 2011 (NNT) – Greenpeace Southeast Asia has encouraged the government to push forward a policy to develop a sustainable energy management system for greater security in terms of energy, economy, environment and social development. Greenpeace Southeast Asia Campaign Manager Tara Buakamsri and sixteen representatives of the group on Thursday met with Deputy […]Read More

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Indonesia free Thai activists

Indonesian police on Tuesday agreed to release a group of 14 Greenpeace activists, including four Thais, who were briefly detained for campaigning against use of coals in the country. Police said the group conducted the campaign without permission as they entered Indonesia with a tourist visa. Moreover they were alleged with causing chaos during their […]Read More