Millions of forest dwellers will soon be subjected to more severe state repression than Thai Muslims in the deep South under the suffocating emergency law.
These dams directly threaten and exploit the fragile ecology of the rivers and the ethnic communities who rely on them for their survival.
Unable to earn enough in their hometown, they come to Saigon, rent some land and resume their traditional work.
China to work closely with Thailand under the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation (LMC) framework to help promote development.
The PDP calls for gradually opening up investor participation in waste-to-energy power projects, setting a goal of 500 megawatts from such fuel, representing 30% of total renewable resources by 2037.
As Thailand’s general election looms, what are the major parties saying about key policies towards the environment.
China wants 1,600 hectares in Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor to “create its own community and improve its supply chain in Asean.”