Timber and forest products from Lower Sesan II dam in Stung Treng province’s Sesan district until after the elections in July.
The Yangon City Development Committee needs to fix itself before it can fix roads and drains
The Digital Belt and Road (DBAR) International Center of Excellence Bangkok will focus on cooperation on climate change, disaster risk reduction, environmental research, capacity building, among others.
Despite official pledges to halt the trade, smugglers in Cambodia and Laos are finding ways to illegally ship timber to Vietnam. The precious hardwood is often used in furniture factories that ship their products largely to China.
Hundreds of people have been protesting outside two factories in Da Nang since Monday night demanding authorities fulfill their promise to relocate people from the polluted area.
A recent study finds that the Mekong River’s sediments arriving down the Cuu Long Delta fell from 65 to 75 percent compared to the total in the 1990s, and by half over the last few years.
Energy efficiency in industries presents a unique opportunity for Thailand’s environmental and economic policies says Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) Dr. Frank Rijsberman.
At least three global surveys disclosed their findings recently, with all three indicating that Laos is going backwards in term of in global development rankings
The Mekong River Basin in Southeast Asia is undergoing extensive hydropower development, but the magnitude of related greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) are not well known.