Ministry of Public Health (MoPH)

Statement on the Decision by the Hazardous Substances Control Bureau on 23rd May 2018

May 23, 2018

The Network in Support of Banning Dangerous Chemicals, composed of 369 organizations, would like to express its regret regarding the decision taken by the Hazardous Substances Control Bureau today (23rd May 2018) not to ban paraquat and chlorpyrifos.

Thailand's Pathway to Regulation of Three Dangerous Chemicals

Apr 05, 2018

What has been happening on Thailand’s road to banning and regulating three dangerous chemical pesticides?

In a battle of natural resource grabbing, what should the state authorities do in the case of the Japanese patent over kratom?

Sep 15, 2016

Concerning the registration of patents for Kratom, Thai officials have a number of duties and responsibilities that they must carry out to enforce the law.

Problems with chemical pesticides still not solved. 1 in 3 farmers at excessive risk

Feb 26, 2014

Bangkok, 20 February 2014, Chulabhorn Research Institute. The Pesticide Alert Network (Thai PAN) hosted the Pesticide Alert Conference 2014, inviting over 400 researchers, government agencies, farmers and other participants.

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