THAILAND will highlight water management, connectivity, sustainable development and people-to-people relations at this week’s Lancang-Mekong foreign ministers meeting in China
It now seems inevitable that Myanmar will grant the deep water port and SEZ development to China, despite community concerns.
“We now realise that unsustainable socio-economic development has led to the emergence of new types of disasters,” Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.
A new study focusing on wind energy’s potential in coastal provinces is expected to complete next year.
Thailand is so far the biggest investor in Mon State, with Thai petroleum firm PTTEP having invested some $2.1 billion in an offshore gas field in the Gulf of Martaban.
The project supports Laos’ research and development of traditional medicines, the first step towards commercial production for domestic and export sales.
The UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights has provided three recommendations to prevent human rights violations stemming from Thai investment overseas.
To be certified as a small town, a village in a mountainous rural area must have at least 1,000 inhabitants.
The issue become more urgent under the impacts of the fourth industrial revolution and international integration as well as the global climate change
The Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) released a statement recently asking the authorities not to allow others to grab war victims’ land by force in the resource rich state.
Cambodian women regularly spearhead land rights demonstrations, and in recent years some have even parlayed their newfound activism into entering the political sphere.
Community network has asked the government to investigate homes in a protected area by a group of families claiming they were granted a social land concession.