Problems in Thailand 2016

Thailand 2016 Problems

A Bangkok Post editorial in July 2015 summarized Thailand's forestry issues: "The forests have declined rapidly over the last four decades within the framework of state policy. Bombs are not the biggest problem for Thailand's economy. These two problems block innovation and economic progress. Thailand received a "yellow card" from the European Union in April 2015.

Thuringia and its environment problems

Plastique shopping is a big topic in Thailand, but it is not the only problem with the environment in Thailand. Thailand also has to contend with many polluting tailbacks. Despite these three major problems, there are other problems that are contributing to the harm to the environment in Thailand. Six major themes illustrate the environment problems inside and outside Thailand.

These six topics are (I) climatic changes, (II) intense agriculture, (III) hydrological contamination, (IV) atmospheric contamination, (V) resource consumption and (VI) waste managemen. Climatic changes have a major effect on Thailand, as several severe meteorological incidents have taken place in Thailand in recent years. How come there is an extremely severe flood in 2011 and an extremely severe dry spell in 2010?

It will pose a risk to Thailand, as it is dependent on farming and agribusiness. But if the wheather is always shifting from droughts to flooding, the travel crop will not be a success, and not many tourists will be visiting Thailand either. When we talk about ground waters containing chemical substances, Thailand's problems with polluted waters are high.

You should not take peak waters and brush your mouth with conical wash. I have not paid a penny more for drinking and drinking because I just got it from the faucet at home and in the restaurant you can also get mains running on it.

What is the cause of the risk to human health posed by the use of it? The term ping (n. d.) refers to three different types of atmospheric contamination. Although the index of ambient air qualities did not show really poor figures, Bangkok's population suffers from atmospheric contamination. Throughout Thailand there are many different types of corals, but there are not as many as before.

A further cause is also made of man - climatic changes. Coral can only live if the sea is at a certain level of humidity. Over the last few years, the sea has always been too warm for coral due to climatic changes. By increasing the sea temp again, the coral bleaches.

Plastic and hardcopy rubbish has already been mentioned in my earlier post, so the emphasis will now be on e-waste as it is a relatively new phenomenon and will become more and more of a concern to us in the years to come. Cellular telephones and smarts are among the biggest amounts of e-waste in Thailand, because today you change your telephone rate and simply throw away the old one.

Mr Chareonsong (2014) predicts that around 13,419 cell telephones will end up as e-waste in Thailand in 2021. In addition, there were no legislation for e-waste and no official recycler in Thailand in 2014. So, what happens to all this electronic scrap in Thailand? The majority of e-waste is gathered from nonformal industries, and what they do is another history, but Boonruang (2013) says that only 15% of e-waste is recycle.

Many of them have only mentioned a few points, but it is my wish that you have a good view of the environment in Thailand. These are ( ) Carbon dioxide (I) Carbon dioxide, (II) Intense agriculture, (III) Hydrological contamination, (IV) Atmospheric contamination, (V) Resource consumption and (VI) Waste disposal. As a result of the effects of climate changes, severe meteorological incidents will become even more pronounced in the years to come.

In addition, the contamination of Thailand with drinking waters is an important area. It is polluted for various reason and it is not recommended to take ordinary Thai drinking soda. If you are travelling to Thailand soon, please remember. Besides the contamination of waters, another important factor in Thailand is atmospheric contamination.

One of the pictures shows that there are many congestions in Thailand and the cars are producing a lot of gases. Over- and mangrove decline are two cases mentioned in relation to exhaustion of resources, and over-exploitation is not the only issue Thailand has with the fisheries industries. There has been a focus on e-waste, according to the sector, as it is becoming more and more important, but Thailand still needs to draft legislation.

We will present an example of where the environment in Thailand works well, and I trust you are as interested as I am.

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