Jayant Menon, lead economist for regional trade and cooperation at the Asian Development Bank in Manila, recently spoke to Khmer Times’ Sok Chan, and outlined how Cambodia could stay competitive by increasing its productivity. KT: Cambodia’s main exports are garments, footwear and agricultural products destined for markets in the European Union and the US. How […]
Once reportedly two kilometres long, the Cai Rang market is a shadow of its former self, 300 boats on the water now, down from 550 in 2005
Hundreds of opponents of the Thepa coal-fired power plant marched in Songkhla’s Thepa district against the expedited construction of the project.
First report to comprehensively map out the intersections between gender and environment at the levels in the Asia-Pacific.
Trafficking of wild animals continues to haunt Myanmar despite attempts to curb the crimes Experts warn the trend could damage animal populations if it goes unchecked.
Cooperation between Cambodia and Viet Nam in water management and development in the Sesan and Srepok River basins is vital for food security.
Members of the WHO’s Southeast Asia Regional Office signed a non-binding agreement to respond to the health risks from climate change.
New opportunities for environmental journalism grants, workshops and awards from Mekong Matters Journalism Network / Earth Journalism Network, our partners, and others, for Sept 2017.
For the first time, Australia announced its agriculture strategy in Viet Nam, identifying economics, innovation and security in the co-operation between the two nations.
Myanmar has seen massive city development plans and a construction boom. But often these decisions are made without considering long-term environmental impacts.