The Venice of the East? Pollution Chokes Bangkok’s Canals

A foul stench rises from the grey-black water as I wait for the riverboat. Kids jump in and climb back out, laughing a screaming. Old tires line the floating dock to protect the boats. I look down into the water toward my reflection, but it isn’t there. The grey water swallows everything. This is Bangkok’s Khlong Saen Saeb. Continue reading

Are you "green"?

Being “green” doesn’t only mean buying plants for your home or garden, or saying “save the whales dude!” If you think that you have to be rich or powerful to be able to do something for the well fare of your planet, you’re terribly wrong. Everybody can help in the battle against global pollution, the greenhouse effect and other evils that menace our bare existence.

Here are some things you can do yourself:

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