Investors rekindle hope in the sluggish Dawei Special Economic Zone amidst increasing concerns surrounding its social and environmental impacts
Negotiations between the Thai government and Australia’s Akara Resources are progressing toward the reopening of the company’s closed mine in Phichit.
Thailand’s Industrial conglomerate opened Xanamnoy 2 and Xekatam 1 hydropower plants in Champasak province that borders Thailand’s Northeastern Ubon Ratchathani province.
The United Nations may soon recognize the country’s pristine northernmost Putao area as a World Heritage Site, many locals feel this may cause more harm than good
Transitioning away from fossil fuel-based energy can’t happen overnight, as banks’ exposure to oil and gas projects are too significant.
Floods in many countries are taking a huge toll on life and property; afforestation is one way to address the crisis
The Laos government is leveraging its rich hydropower resources in a bid to lift the country out of lower-middle income status by 2020.
Singapore and Laos cooperate on a master developement for an industrial zone covering 1,300 hectares in Laos’ capital Vientiane
South Korea and five Mekong River countries agree to strengthen diplomatic and economic cooperation during annual high-level meeting.
Thi Hau has been pole-shouldering salt for more than half of her lifetime, but the poor crop of salt this year threatens her future.
There are plans to construct four dams along Ngaw Chan Hka River as part of the 50 large hydropower projects for the Myanmar government.
It’s low season, but now’s the best time to visit the Tad Kuangsi waterfall nearby the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang.