• Thu, 17 Jan 2019 01:00
    Sala shows care for the environment at 7 resorts
    Sala Hospitality Group (SHG) reports it is continually developing new environmental initiatives and procedures to minimise ecological impact at all seven of its luxury beach resorts and boutique accommodations across Thailand.
  • Wed, 16 Jan 2019 12:27
    Sala shows care for environment at all seven Thai resorts
    Sala Hospitality Group (SHG) is continually developing new environmental initiatives and procedures to minimise ecological impact at all seven of its luxury beach resorts and boutique accommodations across Thailand.
  • Fri, 16 Nov 2018 01:00
    Doctor accused of raping patient, Bt50,000 offer rejected
    A DOCTOR in his early 50s has been charged with rape and committing an indecent act after being accused of raping a 29-year-old female patient with a “phallic object” wrapped in a condom during a gynaecological check-up at a clinic in Nakhon Sawan’s Muang district.
  • Tue, 05 Jun 2018 01:00
    Thailand’s last untouched Mekong tributary
    THE LOWER Songkram River basin is the latest site in Thailand under the global spotlight as a crucial ecological resource, the WWF-Thailand said ahead of World Environment Day today.
  • Sun, 01 Apr 2018 01:00
    SPECIAL REPORT: Counting the cost to our ecology
  • Tue, 19 Dec 2017 13:41
    Lizard, turtle among more than 100 new species found in Mekong region
    A Vietnamese 'crocodile lizard' and a Thai turtle found on sale in a local market are among more than 100 new species discovered in the ecologically diverse but threatened Mekong region last year, researchers said Tuesday.
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  • Thu, 16 Nov 2017 16:41
    Surin Beach locals not happy with MaAnn’s retention wall
    Natural Resources and Marine Ecology Management Specialist, Wannakiet Tabtimsaeng, commented by saying that Surin Beach’s ecological system is quite lush and the retention wall will destroy the natural system.
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  • Mon, 18 Sep 2017 13:29
    Experts meet over environmental concerns about Ayeyarwady development
    A group of Mekong experts are sharing their experiences in assessing the value of biodiversity and ecological services of the Mekong with researchers and policy makers in the basin of the Chindwin River, the largest tributary of Myanmar' longest river, the Ayeyarwady during the two-day workshop hosted by the Stockholm Environment Institute.
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  • Thu, 29 Jun 2017 15:30
    Surveys find dangerously high levels of arsenic contamination at Loei mine
    Recent surveys performed by the environmental foundation Ecological Alert and Recovery-Thailand (EARTH) have found severe contamination of heavy metals such as arsenic and cadmium near a gold mine in Loei, with the pollution blamed for causing local residents to become sick.
  • Mon, 12 Jun 2017 01:00
    ‘Combustible ice’ deserves thorough research efforts
    But Encouraging news from Japan and China on this potential source of energy is also causing ecological concern 
  • Tue, 06 Jun 2017 01:00
    Govt failing on environment, efforts to curb pollution: report
    POLLUTION PROBLEMS in Thailand are getting worse, the Ecological Alert and Recovery Thailand (EARTH) foundation has concluded, as there are no assurances that new industrialisation plans will not generate further pollution while existing problems have not been resolved.
  • Tue, 10 Jan 2017 16:25
    Nickelodeon to build Philippine underwater theme park
    MANILA - American children's television network Nickelodeon has announced it will build an underwater resort and theme park on an island known as the Philippines' last ecological frontier, alarming environmentalists.
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  • Mon, 19 Dec 2016 11:03
    Rainbow snake, tiny frog among new Mekong species
    A rainbow-headed snake, a tiny frog and a lizard with dragon-like horns are among more than 150 new species confirmed by scientists last year in the ecologically diverse but threatened Mekong region, researchers said on Monday.
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  • Thu, 15 Dec 2016 18:37
    Thai fishing fleets shift to distant waters to avoid crackdown: Greenpeace
    Thai fishing fleets have shifted to remote and ecologically vulnerable waters off the east African coast to evade a regional crackdown on illegal fishing and human trafficking, environmental watchdog Greenpeace said Thursday.
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  • Wed, 13 Jul 2016 01:01
    French govt gives boost to regional agro-ecology
    VIENTIAN - The Laotian government and a French state agency have agreed to implement the “Agro-ecological Change in Southeast Asia” project after the French government approved a grant of 2.7 million euros (Bt105 billion).
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