Thongchai Thailand

Real environmental action

Posted on: August 18, 2010

Greenpeace Thailand found toxic chemicals in the sediment of the Chao Phraya River and is demanding that the Pollution Control Department of Thailand take action to clean up the waterways in that region (Greenpeace calls for waterway clean-up, Bangkok Post, August 18, 2010). It is good to see environmental activists addressing real environmental issues after being absent from that arena for more than a a decade possibly because of their obsession with carbon dioxide.

Cha-am Jamal

Thailand

1 Response to "Real environmental action"

I assume that Step 1 is to determine the actual source(s) for this pollution…and not just start issuing mandates.

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