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Thailand plans to ban corn imports that are linked to agriculture burning that causes air pollution.

Thailand plans to ban corn imports from neighbouring countries that are linked to agriculture burning that causes air pollution, an official said on Wednesday.The ban will not violate Thailand's commitments to the World Trade Organization, government spokesperson Chai Wacharonke said, adding the ban would come into force after the government passes the Clean Air Act.
Thai lawmakers are debating the clean air act, which will regulate activities that create pollution including factories, businesses, agriculture and transportation.
https://www.msn.com/en-za/news/world/thailand-plans-to-ban-corn-imports-from-neighbours-linked-to-pollution/ar-BB1kdgK3


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  • George Kariuki

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    This is a great step by Thailand! Holding countries accountable for polluting practices is key to tackling air pollution & climate change.

    • Elizabeth Gathigia

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      A great move to tackle problems of air pollution

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      • We Don't Have Time

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        • Esther Wanjiku

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          A very clever way of ending pollution

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          • Ann Nyambura

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            A commendable step

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            • Saustine Lusanzu

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              Kudos to Thailand, this is a bold move towards ensuring no pollution

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              • walter lungayi

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                It is a great idea! Taking steps to regulate imports linked to agricultural practices that harm the environment shows a commitment to tackling air pollution and promoting sustainable practices for a healthier future.

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                • Saustine Lusanzu

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                  @walter_lungayi yes every action matters however small! Thailand is showing the global that we must prioritize the nature

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