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Weenarin Lulitanonda sounds angry.

“The air people are breathing in northern Thailand is cutting their life short by three, four years. It causes cancers, mental health issues, other problems. And almost no one is taking up the cause, there is so much passivity,” she told Al Jazeera.

Weenarin is the co-founder…

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