COVID-19 pandemic has caused disaster worldwide. However, as wise man says, "Even in the darkest, there will eventually be light." Here is how the nature recovers when the lock-down, social distancing, factories suspending, and traffic reducing have been happening for the past few months: However, all of these are not happening from our help to care for the environment, and we know it is only temporary. But, when we see the wonderful nature, feeling the cleaner air, the clear
“Why do we Loy Kratong ?” Loy Kratong festival is the day people in the region thank and apologise to the goddess of rivers, Gaṅgā. But, we actually instead put Kratong in rivers for nothing but trash every year. Statistically, only in Bangkok, there are over 800,000 Kratongs floated. Estimation says that there are several millions garbage of Kratongs in each country observing this festival, and most of them are made from environmental-destroying materials, such as, foam, pla
From the recent article that we talked about the pollution from artificial-fibre clothes releasing toxic Microplastic that spread around the world, which we can solve by switching to natural-fibre clothes, whether it be choosing from 100% cotton, 100% organic cotton, linen, silk, handwoven fabrics, etc. But, sometimes when we cannot avoid using synthetic ones as Sportswear Spandex or Water-Sports, that we already have the solution by changing to alternatives, such as, bamboo,
Did you know that 250 kg. (550 lbs) of Plastic goes down the ocean “every second”? Pollution is the major problem all over the world. There are many industries that contribute to this pollution, and they are not only from our plastic waste, but also our clothing! Actually, it is one of the biggest reasons for this growing pollution. According to reports, the fashion industry holds the second place for being the most polluting industry in the world. Research says, 20% of globa
Personal Car is the convenience of everyone’s travelling. But we also accept the fact that this convenience is one of the main causes of pollution issues. Even though people around the world have started to worry about it, the change will take a long time to come. Before that day comes, the data of World Health Organization (WHO) says that,
if we calculate based on a medium-size family car (1.6-litre engine),
we travel back and forth for 27 kilometres per day.
Driving in the