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Thai Government expects northern haze crisis to end by April

BANGKOK, 15 March 2012 (NNT) - The Government is hopeful that the ongoing haze crisis in Thailand's northern region will be resolved in a month's time. Acting government spokesperson Anusorn Iamsa-ad said that Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has been updated on the latest situation concerning the haze crisis by governors of

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Seasonal haze gradually improving in North

BANGKOK, March 14 – The seasonal haze enveloping Thailand’s northern provinces is gradually improving -- except for Lampang and Nan -- as the current particulate dust level is within acceptable safety standards, according to the Pollution Control Department. The pollution specialist agency reported that air quality inspection on Wednesday showed that

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Chiang Mai launches campaign to reduce haze pollution

CHIANG MAI, 8 March 2012 (NNT) – Minister to the Thai Prime Minister’s Office Worawat Auapinyakul has joined hands with Chiang Mai Governor M.L. Panadda Diskul in a walk rally campaign, which aims to eradicate forest burning within one week. At the Tha Pae Gate Plaza in Chiang Mai province, Mr.

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Thousands may be evacuated in haze-hit Chiang Rai, Mae Sai

His Majesty the King of Thailand is worried about the haze in the North and has instructed the president of the Rajaprajanigroh Foundation to visit affected areas, a senior official said yesterday. The Pollution Control Department yesterday reported that atmospheric levels of fine-particle dust, or PM 10, were unsafe in all

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Court dismisses Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport noise pollution case

BANGKOK, Feb 29 – Thailand's Central Administrative Court on Wednesday dismissed the request of residents living near the country's main airport seeking an injunction to temporarily ban nighttime flying to reduce noise pollution. The court's decision came as the first plaintiff, Sanun Worasooksri, and 359 others filed a lawsuit against Airports

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Dangerous haze in six Thai provinces: PCD

Six province in the Upper North were covered by unsafe levels of haze, the Pollution Control Department reported yesterday. Air in the provinces contained fine particles beyond the acceptable level of 120 micrograms per cubic metre (mg/m3). The latest reading of particulate matter of up to 10 micrometres (PM10) in the

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