Thailand is among countries that generate a large amount of marine garbage. About 80% of marine litter comes from land-based activities, and the rest from sea-based activities, such as fishery and tourism.
The investigation is now complete and all the information about the damages has been compiled and reported to the central committee.
Foreign developer Gold Coast KTMG Myanmar has proposed a US$38 billion “new city” project in the suburbs of Sittwe, Rakhine State’s capital.
The worst contamination was found in bok choy, kale, Thai basil, chili, cauliflower, oranges, rose apples, guava and grapes.
More recently, they say, the military grabbed even more land, and on June 19—after the army erected fences that blocked routes to area farms—farmers protested.
A study has found that the potential exists for Mekong SEZs to support decent work for women who make up the vast majority of their workforces, but this has not yet been realized.
Billed as one of Vietnam’s pristine World Heritage sites, Hoi An’s tourism success could backfire due to a failure to tackle pollution.