Thailand’s current strategy puts the kingdom 15-20 years behind the conference’s goal of having zero greenhouse-gas emissions globally by 2050 — the first objective of COP26.
With four components, the project will provide three water purification and two rainfall collection systems, repair 850m of dykes and plant over 1,000 sq.m of mangrove forests from 2021 to 2025./.
By partnering with businesses, provincial governments, the management board of Phu Quoc Marine Protected Area (MPA) of Phu Quoc National Park in Kien Giang province and fishing communities, the project will work to mitigate threats to coastal biodiversity and fisheries, and enhance coastal resilience in the region.
The researcher from Royal Holloway, University of London told VICE World News they show, for the first time, trees logged from Cambodian forest being illegally used as fuel in a garment factory supplying major Western brands.
More than 30 media leaders from Cambodia and China have come together to participate in the three-day high-level web seminar held under the Mekong-Lancang Cooperation framework which started yesterday hosted by Cambodian-Chinese Journalists Association (CJC) in collaboration with the China Foundation for Peace and Development.
The economic crash is worsening food insecurity across the country. However, the Dry Zone and Delta regions are traditionally off the aid radar, mainly because they are not in border conflict zones where humanitarian needs have typically been the most pressing.
In a joint statement, the SEC, TEI (Thailand Environment Institute) and TBCSD (Thailand Business Council for Sustainable Development) have pledged to cooperate to support the sustainable development of Thailand’s economy.
The first bullet train to serve the Laos-China high-speed railway was delivered to the Lao capital Vientiane at the weekend, but six weeks before the line is set to open, villagers who lost land to the project say they are still waiting for promised compensation.
BirdLife International Cambodia has expressed concern that the water level in Boeung Prek Lapouv Protected Landscape Area in Takeo province may not reach last year’s level, putting animals foraging for food during the dry season at risk.