Vietnam’s forests under threat from new roads and projects as the country grows and expands after the pandemic
Small local dams can power communities but may create environmental problems as well as kilowatts.
Online trade of wild langurs and monkeys has drastically increased in the absence of rule of law.
Water shortages, soil degradation and rising chemical costs add to hardships on Southeast Asia’s biggest freshwater lake.
It’s a battle to preserve the country’s unique marine species amid thousands of water management projects.
Wildlife rescue center and environmentalists call for clarity over development plans for the Phnom Tamao Forest.
As conflict pushes gas prices higher, Hanoi is having second thoughts on how to address its energy shortages.
Known as the rice basket of the country, the delta now sees houses tumbling into rivers and livelihoods lost.
Only 14 of the rare dolphins remain in Songkhla Lake with their numbers dropping from more than 100 in the 1990s.
People who once relied on the Mekong for their livelihood can no longer depend on it and are looking elsewhere to make a living.