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A new scientific article has just been published on the various narratives of air pollution in Northern Thailand.
The scientific journal Southeast Asian Studies has just published this month an article between anthropology and geography on the shifting narratives of seasonal air pollution in northern Thailand between 1996 and 2019.
GlobalSmog project members meet in Thailand
On Tuesday May 16, Globalsmog's coordinators in Asia and Thailand met their Thai partner, Dr. Kanchana Nakhapakorn, a researcher in remote sensing and geomatics at Mahidol University. The aim of their meeting was to present the project and discuss current research on air pollution in Thailand.
A food contest to raise environmental awareness
As part of a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of protecting human and animal welfare, as well as conserving the environment, the European Union (EU) Representation in Laos collaborated with the Lao government to organize the One Health Fair last weekend.
PREZODE Regional Workshop with Asian partners
The PREZODE “ PREventing ZOonotic Disease Emergence” initiative, launched by France with the support of EU, aims to prevent emerging pandemic risks from animals while ensuring food security and livelihood for the poorest communities, and strengthening cooperation within and between several regions...
[Project] GlobalSmog - Researching air pollution in cities of the Global South
January 2022 – June 2025 Ghana, Thailand, Egypt, Benin, Senegal, India, Vietnam, Kenya
Research in Southern Africa
Research projects are defined and carried out jointly by the French researchers and their counterparts in Southern Africa.
Black Carbon: the dark side of human activity
This bilingual exhibition for the general public aims to provide an overview of what is known about anthropogenic fine particulate matter air pollution, and to present the health and environmental issues for both Vietnam and Thailand, and South East Asia as a whole.
Research in India
IRD's activity in India is characterized by cross-cutting research activities focusing on two main themes: understanding long-term transformations of rural and urban areas, and the quantitative and qualitative water management and monitoring.
Desertification, A Challenge for Science
Desertification is a result of land degradation, mainly caused by human activity, in dry areas of the planet. Climate change amplifies the negative effects of these activities on soils and vegetation.