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.
China’s neighbour is growing at its fastest rate in 11 years, as firms look to avoid trade war tariffs, though there are social and environmental risks
Cambodia is urbanising fast with China’s help but the gulf between rich and poor is widening
How might the heat island effect and climate change be contributing to the extremely high temperatures this summer in Vietnam’s capital?
Lao health ministry says climate change has brought abnormal rainfall ahead of the rainy season, creating breeding grounds for the mosquitos that carry the disease.
After eight years of suspended construction the victims of China’s massive Myitsone Dam in Myanmar are still fighting for justice.
“Our problem is our survival, our need of food,” say those forced from their homes by the Myitsone Dam Project in Myanmar.