Beijing holds nearly all the cards. But can it navigate Myanmar’s labyrinthine political environment for its own interest, let alone act as a responsible superpower?
Demands more firm action against fishing, forestry, and forest land encroachment crimes in order to protect and preserve rare species of wild animals that are currently under threat
Absence of strategising sustainable domestic development benefits of Chinese megaprojects on part of the Lao government is only exacerbating widening socio-economic inequalities on the ground.
New study clearly illustrates that excessive sand mining is responsible for increased rates of bank erosion that local communities have been reporting in recent years.
Hazardous air quality may cause damages worth 5 percent to Vietnam’s GDP as foreign investors lower funding, heard the Vietnam Business Forum.
By 2050, 60 per cent of farming areas in Vietam will be equipped with water-saving irrigation systems, according to the country’s Water Management Strategy.
As of last year the elephant population has dwindled to about 800 where 400 are wild elephants and 400 are in captivity, and even these shrinking populations are under constant threat.