At the human scale, this is what you can do
Want to educate yourself more or influence policy?
Start with the data and facts - the latest research for the Thailand context is below for you!
Explore the reasons why air pollution exists
Below we want to keep it simple. Here are three options you can enjoy:
"Clean Air White Paper"
Have only a few minutes? This high level overview of the Air Pollution context in Thailand will get you caught up to speed in just a few short pages.
See the PDF you can download here
"Clean Air Blue Paper"
Maybe you looked through the White Paper, and want to go deeper- indeed this is what the 'Learn' Inhale track is all about. This paper, created by medical professionals, environmental lawyers, economists and researchers goes well beyond the surface - a rich synthesis of data, evidence and facts, under 200 pages will ensure you are well equipped to shape your life, community and policy.
Sign the digital petition to safeguard the #right2cleanair
Join the ongoing policy campaign
Over 40,000 people have added their voice to a campaign calling on policy makers to establish a clean air act in Thailand. You can be a part of this call to action too.
Note: after the Blue Paper, the process to collect 10,000 Thai National Citizen signatures formally is taking place to have legislation tabled to Parliament. This effort, led by Thailand Clean Air Network, is being done in collaboration with the Change.org petition.
Couldn't Join Live?
No worries- we have you covered:
"The Cause and the Science"
We have you covered for August 19
This month our first session dives deep into the Cause and Science behind the air pollution we've been observing increasing in Thailand. We heard from a variety of experts, including the Blue Paper authors.
Watch the Session!
Read the Recap!
"From Air Pollution to Air Assets"
We have you covered for August 26
The second session is dedicated to re-imagining air pollution as air assets. Award winning Graviky Labs, ETRAN, and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation will share circular design approaches, and the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) will detail their Student Design Awards Launch focused on Air Pollution.
"The Cost and the Impact"
We have you covered for September 9
In this third session we hear from the editor of the Clean Air Blue Paper, who has done an extensive write-up on this based on the field work undertaken particularly in northern Thailand. We also have an impressive line-up of speakers from the northeast, central and southern regions of Thailand. The guest speakers will be sharing share their experiences about the impact of air pollution in their locality and about the measures that are taken to address the situation.
Read the Recap
Keen for more?
You can catch the back story on our previous, related work from April-May
An overview of the heart of how we started is here
Recordings to our other sessions are here
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