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2016-05-16 Thailand to close Koh Tachai island over tourism damage Koh Tachai, Phang Nga, Southern Thailand
C. 2016-03-13 8 killed in chemical accident at Thai bank's headquarters
3. 2013-08-01 Tourists abandon blackened Thai beach Koh Samet, Thailand
E. 2013-07-28 Oil spill in Thailand's sea reaches tourist island Rayong, Thailand
F. 2011-11-09 Garbage build-up adds to Bangkok's woes Thailand
G. 2009-06-18 Mekong dolphins at risk of extinction Thailand

8 killed in chemical accident at Thai bank's headquarters Map of Siam Commercial Bank Bangkok Thailand
Thailand to close Koh Tachai island over tourism damage Map of Koh Tachai Phang Nga Thailand


year 2016 Top ^

May.16
  Southern Thailand: Thai authorities are set to close the island of Koh Tachai, saying heavy tourism is negatively affecting natural resources and the environment
Mar.13
  Bangkok: 8 workers were killed in the basement of its headquarters after mistakenly releasing chemicals during an upgrade of the building's fire safety system



year 2013 Top ^

Aug.1
  White-coated cleanup crew smeared with crude suck oil from the shallow waters
Jul.28 Oil spill in Thailand's sea reaches tourist island Map of Rayong Thailand
  An oil spill has reached a popular tourist island in Thailand's eastern sea despite continuous attempts to clean it up over the weekend


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.9 Garbage build-up adds to Bangkok's woes
  Bangkok residents are dealing with massive piles of garbage stacking up around the flood-stricken city


year 2009 Top ^

Jun.18 Mekong dolphins at risk of extinction
  NGOs are claiming if the plans go ahead for hydroelectric projects in Laos, Cambodia and Thailand, that people, animals will all suffer


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