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2021

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Thailand’s Evolution and Effort in Renewable Energy

When people hear 'Thailand' and 'eco-friendly', these two words seem awkward together and probably not one of those related words when you search up either one of these in Google. And, that's a fact, because Thailand has some shocking rates in relevance with...

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Marine Life – The Dying Ocean

Marine Life – The Dying Ocean

Over 1 million marine animals including mammals, fish, sharks, and turtles are killed each year due to a substance debris in the ocean - plastic. Nowadays, plastics are the biggest man-made pollutants in the marine environment. More than 220 million tons of plastic...

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Increasing interests about environmental issues in school

Increasing interests about environmental issues in school

Being a student activist for around 5 years in South Korea and Thailand, I've seen a lot of reactions towards issues like racism, poverty, anti-war, and global warming. Telling me to stop fooling around, Agreeing and giving compliments, but the most reaction I've got...

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2019, Here We Go!

2019, a new year has come and I believe almost all the people around the globe have made their own resolutions because I have also done it. There are so many goals I want to achieve, and some goals are related with my dreams about campaigns and projects I can do to...

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Thailand’s Perfect Nature, Can we keep it?

Thailand’s Perfect Nature, Can we keep it?

February’s Topic is 'Regional or national environment that is so iconic to introduce to others though it is not well known internationally' and to be honest, I don’t think there is any iconic environment in Thailand that is not well known, so I’ll explain the weathers...

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Thailand’s Effort in Protecting Soil

Thailand’s Effort in Protecting Soil

To celebrate, mark World Soil Day, Thailand launched the Centre of Excellence for Soil Research in Asia (CESRA), the hub to promote protecting soil and sustainable soil management. The Land Development Department in Thailand has being leading to motivate and raise...

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The Day After Tomorrow

The Day After Tomorrow

I think everyone who’s interested in global warming will have watched the movie ‘The Day After Tomorrow’. This movie talks about what would happen if global warming actually becomes threatening to Earth and us humans. It also shows about humans not caring about...

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The World’s Most Perfectly-Shaped Iceberg

The World’s Most Perfectly-Shaped Iceberg

On October 17, NASA ICE posted a picture of perfectly-shaped iceberg floating in the middle of Antartica in Facebook and shocked a lot of people online. Here’s the screenshot of it. Most people might think that the iceberg was human-made, but no, according to Kelly...

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2018 Science Fair Won!

2018 Science Fair Won!

Last Friday, our school Trinity International School held the annual TRIS Science Fair - like last year. My group members were Aoto, Oxford, Get, Winnie, and Marie. Since we learn Biology during Grade 9, we decided to take a recommended topic from our homeroom teacher...

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