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GENERAL

Gap between jobs no longer a red flag

Business, Published on 31/05/2024

» You might find yourself between jobs because that was what you wanted, and it was your own decision to take a break. Good for you.

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OPINION

How green is the energy from our hydro dams?

Oped, Published on 29/05/2024

» Thailand’s National Energy Plan (NEP), a blueprint for the country’s energy strategy from 2023 to 2037, has earned praise for its noble goal of increasing the use of clean, renewable energy. The plan states that by 2050, half of the electricity consumed locally must be clean and renewable energy — solar cells, wind, biomass, small nuclear and hydro dams.

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THAILAND

Myanmar LGBTQ people plea for help

News, Poramet Tangsathaporn, Published on 20/05/2024

» While Pride Month is around the corner in Thailand, Burmese LGBTQ people live under the Tatmadaw's shadow, waiting for help from their Thai counterparts.

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THAILAND

PM orders agencies to review forest use requests

News, Published on 13/05/2024

» RATCHABURI: Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin on Sunday vowed to protect the nation's forests as he instructed agencies to review people's requests to make use of forest areas.

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OPINION

Southeast Asian banks must stop funding coal

Oped, Published on 11/04/2024

» Indonesia is by far a major top producer of dangerous climate emissions -- more than any country in the Southeast Asian region, mainly due to its burning of coal. The country is also feeling the full force of worsening climate disasters, from floods and storms to deadly landslides. My hometown, Jakarta, is sinking -- and this is compounded by regular catastrophic flooding and air pollution that disrupts millions of lives. Indonesia faces huge risks as it currently sits as the second most disaster-prone country in the world, according to the World Risk Report 2023.

OPINION

Humanising the US-China relationship

Oped, Published on 10/04/2024

» On a recent trip to China with my Northwestern Kellogg students, we were all struck by how few Americans had returned to the country since the end of its zero-Covid policy in December 2022.

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WORLD

Israel sacks two officers over aid workers’ deaths

Published on 05/04/2024

» JERUSALEM - The Israeli military has dismissed two officers and formally reprimanded senior commanders after an inquiry into the killing of seven aid workers in an air strike in Gaza found serious errors and breaches of procedure.

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WORLD

Israel pledges independent probe of Gaza NGO deaths

Published on 02/04/2024

» JERUSALEM - The Israeli military says an “independent, professional expert body” will investigate the deaths of seven people working for the World Central Kitchen (WCK) in Gaza, which the NGO said was the result of an Israeli air strike.

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OPINION

Protect migrant kids

Oped, Editorial, Published on 30/03/2024

» A temple raid in Lop Buri has sparked concern over forced deportations after a group of 19 stateless children enrolled in a monkhood ordination programme were ejected from their class and transferred to the border province of Chiang Rai.

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GENERAL

Is greenwashing taking travellers to the cleaners?

Business, Published on 13/03/2024

» Every hotel wants you to save the planet. The messianic messages are everywhere -- on little tent cards on the desk, proud notices on the bathroom door, and in dolorous the-end-is-nigh letters from the GM. Every hotel is saving the Yanomami Indians, Atlantic salmon and mountain gorillas.