Boost air pollution control

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The Bangkok Post

In recent days, most city residents have been preoccupied with navigating heavy rains and floods, so a report by Greenpeace India last week on air pollution and access to air quality data may have gone unnoticed. Bangkok is notorious for its polluted and hazy skyline between November and February, when particulate matter (PM2.5) seems glued to the sky. Thus, as we approach the season-end of one weather-related headache, it seems another is waiting to greet us, especially when observing past data and trends from 2020. Greenpeace said that in Thailand, no region achieved the World Health Organiz…

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