2016 Brings Huge Success

Following a “Breath of Fresh Air” grant from the US Consulate in late 2015 Warm Heart is making great strides in helping clean the environment.

On Wednesday, January 13 Warm Heart presented the Biochar Project to the Deputy Governor of Chiang Mai as well as representatives from the forestry department, district offices, ministries of agriculture and energy, Long Khot Police, the British and Austrian Honorary Consuls, and Charoen Pokphand (CP) yesterday.

We are very happy to announce that as a result of the presentation, Warm Heart is scheduled to provide biochar training to 4 districts including Phrao, Samoeng, Chiang Dao, and Mae Chaem.

The Natural Resources Defense Council reported last year that the increasingly intense storms in the United States might have an unexpected origin: Asian air pollution. Smoke continues to be a major concern that effects the health and well being of everyone’s environment.

Smoke: A Crisis in Northern Thailand

Watch the new documentary by Marisa Marchitelli to fully understand the impact of smoke in Thailand.

While we are making great progress, additional funds are needed to continue with our research and development. Please make a donation to help with this vital program.

Together we will work to reduce smoke and its devastating effects on public health and climate change!

Related Post

Warm Heart Recycling Project

Which means we go through a lot of everything! Currently we only have trash bins and limited recycling containers. What we really need is 2 full sets of recycling bins! We are asking for contributions to our Recycling Project. It won’t cost much to

Goal $265

Raised $265