Nine years ago, Cambodia’s Land Ministry proposed a new, high-tech capital called “Dragon City” on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. Nearly a decade later, the $80bn development has yet to break ground.
In Sekong province the rate of malnourished children now stands at 49.9, as compared with the national average which is 33 percent.
A substantial shift in government strategy is likely to occur only beyond the next decade as Vietnam is only just starting to facilitate renewable energy into its infrastructure.
Since the environmental protection standard of these new small WTE plants has been set so low, this solution poses a risk to people from severely hazardous pollutants such as dioxin,
The North has had severe haze problems for a decade and never gets the attention from state agencies, scholars and the overseas media that Bangkok did in December.
Officials from Saravan, Champassak, Xekong, and Attapeu provinces met to discuss cooperation with Cambodia and Vietnam in the Triangle Development Area.
If China and India really seek sustainable development in Myanmar, they would do well to engage more locally and listen to the voices of the people.
Vietnam’s proposed North-South High-Speed Railway (HSR) is expected to improve transport quality for nearly half of the country’s population.