Who is really responsible for the seasonal air pollution, also known as haze in Malaysia? Haze can occur anytime, anywhere around the world, whether in the warm weathered countries like ours, Malaysia or even the coldest locations in the world, the Arctic. Haze are one of the rising issues of the world, especially for the typical countries that face it yearly, the Southeast Asia. This region includes our country Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Brunei and a few more countries nearby. All we know is that haze is a very foggy smoke with very bad consequences for our health.
Thailand is a country in Central Asia almost right on the equator. The capital is Bangkok and is really busy and large. In Thailand there is never winter just summer, rainy season and cold season. Summer is the longest season in Thailand and it is very hot and humid and sometimes the temperature outside reaches 40 degrees Celsius. During the rainy season it just rains most of the time and becomes a little colder.
Central, western and coastal regions of Thailand have been investigated as possible turbine sites. Solar energy The north and north-eastern regions of Thailand receive an average of six to eight sunshine hours per day, making Thailand an attractive destination for solar PV projects. It is estimated that Thailand has the capacity to generate 50GW of solar power. Geothermal energy There are currently 64 geothermal resources in Thailand, predominantly in the northern regions of the country. The geothermal industry however, will not contribute significantly to Thailand’s renewable energy target.
A host of environmental and social problems beset the port city of Chittagong due to mushrooming of slums, which is largely blamed on unplanned urbanization. More than two hundred slums accommodating some 10 lakh people are scattered across the city, shows a 2010 survey of Chittagong City Corporation(http://archive.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=262229).The structural conditions of those slums are one of the worst in the world. The slum people live without open space, streets, water, gas
Besides, other tourist sites are the Chiru Water fall, Khonghampat Orchidarium housing over 110 rare varieties of orchids including a number of endemic species located along the National highway no.2. Manipur is a land of rich cultural heritage and a land of bio-diversity with 36 tribal ethnic groups (Mohendro,2012).living together since time immemorial. The tribal folk dances of different groups residing in the hills of Manipur are an expression of nature, creativity and aestheticism of the tribal way of life.The land of Manipur is full of festivals of the various communities living together harmoniously. Some important festivals of the state are-Ningol-chak-kouba of the Meiteis, a social festivals of the Manipuris, Married daughters come to their parental home with their children and enjoy a sumptuous feast prepared by their brothers and later receive blessings for a prosperous peaceful life. Yaoshang festival is another premier festival of the Meiteis celebrated during the month of February and March.
Thung Kula Ronghai is a huge flat-land covering five provinces; Surin, Roi Et, Maha-Saraham, Yasothon and Buriram, with an area of about 2.1 million rai. One-third of the area is in Roi Et province. The name literally means the “Weeping Field of the Kula”. For it was scorching dry in the summer and totally inundated during the rainy season, with no natural water sources or tall trees to provide shade. This land used to be an expansive, dry, harsh place in the middle of the region.
A lot of immigrant workers especially in Tak province barely receive advice or help from Thais. In 2012, only six percent of immigrant workers in Chiangmai live in residents provided by their employers. Seventy-four percent live in rented apartment and house and twenty percent live in old houses which built from plywood and galvanized iron located in crowned and poor environment area. There is more than forty percent of workers who are facing with environment pollution around their residents. For nutrition, thirteen percent of immigrants in Chiangmai do not receive food supply.
LAHORE SMOG: A SPECIAL CASE Air contamination is an issue that should be critically tended to as Lahore is presently considered amongst the most dirtied urban communities in Asia. In the winter months, with deferred rain, the chilly and persistently dry conditions concentrate all contaminants in the lower levels of the environment, bringing on the smog to spread everywhere throughout the Punjab. Each December, thick fog appears over Lahore, shutting out the winter daylight, wrapping up the motorway operations after nightfall and keeping flights from arriving during the evening. The issue has deteriorated in the course of the most recent five years because of the large amounts of contamination and poor air quality in the city, made by expanding vehicular and industrial discharges. Along with winter months now there is presently a lasting haze hanging over the city, even in summer months, that is just calmed when it downpours and the contamination is washed away for a brief span.
guest-houses and bathe areas have been planned and built relatively well. In here, activities about eating, entertaining or relaxing are copious. Thai Nguyen is a mountainous midland province in the North, adjacent to Hanoi and famous for its delicious specialty tea overall the country. There are many attractive tourist places with beautiful landscapes in Thai Nguyen. Furthermore, it also has many ethnic groups live, so the variety of cultures, the festival are extremely plentiful and special.
Haze can be defined as the presence of fine particles such as dust, smoke and other dry that can reduce visibility. Haze is mostly occur every year during the months from January to February and June to August .Factors such as prolonged dry weather, a stable atmosphere, and supply of pollutants from urban or rural sources are the ideal source for the formation of haze. Natural factor such as wind and weather also play an important part in transport of pollution such as haze locally and regional. Transboundary haze caused by slash-burn the forest in Indonesia has affected air quality in neighbour country such as Singapore , Malaysia and Thailand for quite some years. Before the 1990s ,there are records of smoke and haze but it is not a major problem but the haze has becomed a major problem in 1997 when the cities of Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, Brunei and Jakarta, were affected by smog for some weeks with widespread concerns about impacts on health and economies.The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) agreed to the ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution (ASEAN, 2002), which seeking to implement the measures to prevent the forest fires leading to haze.