Arbitration solution committees in Vientiane and the provinces together with the project developer have agreed on settlements with local people and 94 per cent of the land required for the railway has now been acquired.
The Global Green Growth Institute is looking for opportunities for the Cambodian government and investors that can be developed into profitable activities. Their approach is that greening offers economic opportunities.
An new art exhibition in Phnom Penh featuring works by Cambodian and foreign artists will raise questions about plastic use and recycling, through woodcarvings, illustrations and even a motorbike
A group of elders, frustrated with state response, protect forest from looting against backdrop of rising deforestation.
The Lao government’s top economic research agency has suggested that investment focus in areas that would make use of and maximize the benefits of the Laos-China railway.
The Delta’s marine economic activities have not yet been harmoniously associated with social development and environmental protection.
Everybody speaks about a ‘race to the bottom’ in the world of work. For brick workers enduring debt-bondage in Cambodia the race might already be over.
At the edge of a forest on the northern plains of Cambodia, an indigenous community is building its own security system.
Wants to measure its success at reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation and carbon stocks preservation (REDD+).