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Water journal Part 2: Bangnangkreng canal and Samrong canal

Video | 6 March, 2010 at 17:31

Samutprakan, Thailand, 22 February 2010 -- Greenpeace Water Patrol activists take sediment samples from Bangnangkreng canal along Chao Phraya River in Samutprakan Province, around 30 kilometers from Bangkok. Hundreds of factories located in this...

Water journal Part 1: Pollution is not a secret

Video | 10 February, 2010 at 17:21

Bangkok, 18 February 2010 -- Twenty Greenpeace activists today unfurl a banner saying Information Disclosure: Pollution is not a secret at the Department of Industrial Works (DIW) building in Central Bangkok to urge the DIW to proactively tackle...

EXPOSED! The poisoning of China's Pearl

Feature story | 28 October, 2009 at 17:51

The Pearl River is China's third longest river, and second largest by volume. But when it comes to pollution, it may well be on its way to being second to none.

Hazardous Chemical Pollution of the Pearl River

Publication | 27 October, 2009 at 0:00

Investigation of chemicals discharged with waste waters from five industrial facilities in China, 2009.

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