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Thai government promises to get rid of smog in Chiang Mai and the north

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17 hours ago, webfact said:

government was seriously solving the pollution.

We hear this EVERY year........

How many arsonists were arrested ?

regards Worgeordie

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Might be easier if they picked up CM, and moved it...

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That should be the new national slogan "Thailand-Land of Promise" ! Sounds much more appropriate that "The Land you can Trust" 🙂

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How can they promise this when it has been blamed on neighbouring countries

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Here’s an imagining about the smog.

Create along the neighbours across the borders a combined national parks division.

Get some old jets, covert to water bombers.

Build a network of fire watch towers across the northwest (similar to those used in the US), man them with national parks officers.

 

Report any fires immediately they are noticed. If a permit is not recorded as given waterbomb the fires there and then.

Ban seasonal burning outright and support farmers field clearing with a collective of excavators and hand tilling machinery to manage fields, also managed, maintained, and operated by national parks employees.

 

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Measuring a problem is not the same as fixing it.

Give the army something to do. Start shooting arsonists caught in the act, they are killing their fellow Thais. Would not take long for the word to get around.

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I remember that the last year their leader tried to resolve the problem in 7 days... 🙄

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