In an effort to address the pressing air pollution issue in the province and the broader northern region, the Royal Rainmaking operation is anticipated to play a crucial role. The ongoing air pollution situation, exacerbated by seasonal slash-and-burn agricultural practices and smog from combustion engine vehicles, has become a matter of concern.
Prime Minister Srettha, acknowledging the severity of the air pollution challenge, not only visited an exhibition on fuel management but also actively participated in creating firebreaks alongside volunteers and local residents involved in wildfire suppression. This multifaceted initiative aims to curb the spread of bushfires, thereby mitigating the associated complications with air pollution.
As the Royal Rainmaking operation unfolds and the Prime Minister takes hands-on measures, the hope is that this comprehensive approach will significantly contribute to addressing the persistent air pollution crisis in the northern region.