A solution to Cambodia’s climate change and economic development concerns lie in the country’s main natural resource: its forests, according to UNDP Human Development Report released this week.
Activists from the Sa-iab Village in northern Thailand have successfully campaigned against the construction of a dam for three decades. With hydropower dams springing up across Asia, what can local communities learn from their struggle?
Mon people in Ye Township continue to oppose the offshore base proposed to supply fuel for companies extracting oil and gas from undersea deposits.
With serious air and water contamination already in the area, the EIA report by local consultants, appointed by the Chinese plant operator, failed to deliver a comprehensive assessment and suffers from procedural problems.
Cambodia’s Prey Lang forest was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 2016, but illegal land clearing within the protected area continues, a new report has found.
More than 100 million people live without access to safe water in Southeast Asia. What can be done to improve that and to protect clean water sources?