As the world’s single largest contributor of plastic waste into the marine environment, Mekong countries must provide leadership to restore health in our oceans.
The National Assembly yesterday approved a draft law adopting the policies of the Asian Forest Cooperation Organisation, meaning that the Kingdom could soon become the organisation’s newest member country.
Thailand hosts leaders of environmental journalist networks to discuss needs and challenges faced in producing environmental content.
Continued development of ASEAN economic integration is set to increase connectivity across the region. In the process facilitating greater legal and, unfortunately, illegal mobility.
Japan is moving to bolster its footprint in the Mekong subregion by linking the Southeast Asian mainland into a broader Indo-Pacific Strategy allied with India, the United States and Australia.
What is the actual impact of an intensified development focus on rural women?
The various national power development plants (PDPs) do not yet adequately reflect the renewable future yet.
GMS Environment ministers endorsed a five-year environment agenda that includes more than $540 million worth of projects to spur green investments and increase environmental cooperation.
Despite nearly “full employment”, 51% of Cambodian workers are in vulnerable jobs, with Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam ranging between 47-58%.
Though there’s progress on rail projects in Laos and Thailand, no one can predict when the dream will become true
The ADB is featuring organic food as a new type of tourism in the GMS, while farmers themselves are suffering, as is the ecology many of these tourists want to experience.
It now seems inevitable that Myanmar will grant the deep water port and SEZ development to China, despite community concerns.