Green light given for a vast land-reclamation project, ignoring research showing the development will expose the new city to rising sea levels and storm surges, which the development itself may not survive.
With hotter, less predictable weather on the rise, more countries are looking underground for water.
More than a million cases were reported in Southeast Asia last year, with poorer households most at risk.
Downplaying public health threats and allowing conflicts of interest to overshadow meaningful solutions.
With little room in Thailand’s administrative and governance structure to fundamentally address environmental challenges, it’s difficult to see how its air quality can improve.
Without making companies accountable, we’ll only become more blinded by their haze.
Tourism and restrictions on land use and marine resources have altered the livelihoods of sea gypsy communities in Thailand and impacted the environments where they’ve settled.
Two Vietnamese women are demonstrating how nature can do so much more for humankind when efforts are made to work within its bounds.
Saltwater intrusion caused largely by climate change is pushing indigenous farmers in the lower Ayeyarwady Delta to migrate to higher land and abandoned their professions.
Thailand’s proximity to China and Vietnam, the world’s two primary markets for pangolins, combined with its well-developed transportation infrastructure, have attracted criminal syndicates specializing in illegal wildlife trade to take root here.