Legal Measures to Reduce Air Pollution from PM 2.5


  • Piyanan Srithongtim Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences , Phranakhon Rajabhat University


PM 2.5; Legal Measures; Air Pollution


Thailand is currently experiencing air pollution problems from fine particle (2.5 micron), called "Particle PM 2.5": which exceeds the standard amount. The PM 2.5 affects Thai people’s health, regardless of age, This is air pollution. For this reason, it is important to have sufficient legal measures to solve the problem, which may improve faster and should have a particular agency to be responsible for directly in the subject. This is for controlling fine particle measure that tends to be in a given criterion.


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How to Cite

Srithongtim, P. (2020). Legal Measures to Reduce Air Pollution from PM 2.5. Academic Journal Phranakhon Rajabhat University, 11(2). Retrieved from



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