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Microplastics in Water and Wastewater from IWA Publishing

2021-12-02

Microplastics and plastic pollution are growing issues of concern for the health of our planet. These tiny pollutants threaten our water, wastewater, and ultimately our health. Every day more microplastics are added to our waters and wastewater. Many works examine the impact of these harmful microplastics in the marine environment,...

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Our ocean is coughing up plastic!

2021-04-21

As part of understanding more about plastic pollution and how severe the situation is in Thailand, I investigated the effects of increased plastic consumption and how it affects some of Thailand’s most beautiful locations. A beach was chosen at random and in the location of Ban Krut, around 100 km...

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What good will it does if we say no to plastic?

2021-01-15

Is it true that plastic problem will be solved if we just simply ban plastics? How many products are actually plastic free? According to Pollution Control Department and Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Thailand, 45,000 million plastic bags are consumed by Thai people in a year which is averagely...

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Basura to Ayuda Project last October 2020 by one of the ambassadors of Project SWAP

Project SWAP: Working for Green Causes

2021-01-15

Research has shown that by 2050, more plastics will inhabit our oceans than fish. Efforts to counteract this notion have lost momentum due to the current pandemic. The planet lost its normalcy and people have adapted to a new way of living – staying at and working from home. However,...

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Expression of Interest for Hotspot modelling

2021-01-12

Marine litter is a global issue, caused by unsustainable production and consumption, combined with poor infrastructure and policy frameworks and enforcement of relevant policies. Poor waste management on land, is the leading cause for marine litter, therefore measures must be taken to stop the leakage of land-based litter into waterways....

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True Young Producer awards

2020-12-18

True Cooperation Group together with UNESCO Bangkok, National Science Museum Thailand (NSM), Thai National Defense College (NDC), the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, and the faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University arranged “the 16th True Young Producer awards” competition in the theme of “Be conscious in using plastic for...

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