Published: Feb 25, 2020
Bangkok’s air quality ranking took another hit, with the city being named the seventh worst in the world for air quality, while Chiang Mai was placed tenth, according to the application Air Visual today (February 25) as of 12.50pm.
Published: Jan 27, 2020
The Royal Thai Police has enforced numerous measures to reduce PM2.5 dust particles in the air, and one of them was to arrest owners of vehicles that emitted black smoke, deputy chief of Bangkok Metropolitan Police, Jirasan Kaewsangeak, said on Monday (January 27).
Published: Jan 13, 2020
The Economic and Business Research Centre of Rangsit University’s Institute of Economics urged the government to raise the budget and accelerate allocation to resolve the impact of PM2.5 dust particles and the drought.