The “cradle to grave” environmental Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA) of five hydropower plants in Myanmar demonstrates that the projects currently fails to deliver sustainable hydropower and does not support the management of associated environmental predicaments.
Doing things differently clearly works out well for Hong, whose impressive list of accolades includes building one of Vietnam’s most effective campaigning organizations.
The Kbal Hong ladder is considered one of the most effective fish passages in the Mekong region and stands as an example of effective regional collaboration.
Meet the man on a mission to take down Cambodia’s timber tycoons and expose a rampant illegal cross-border trade.
Includes a case study of the Nam Ou Cascade Hydropower Project in Laos, the first time a Chinese company obtained rights to develop a cascade along an entire river basin outside of China.
emand for pangolins has penetrated even into villages deep in the Malaysian jungle. Near the Malaysia-Thai border, meanwhile, professional smugglers are hired to send the goods across the border.
The Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy dam collapsed in Loas one year ago unleashing a wall of water that killed at least 71 people and flooded thousands of homes and family farms. It’s time for accountability!
With more people moving to Yangon and other key destinations for better opportunities, the World Bank has warned of the challenges related to urbanisation in Myanmar at the launch of its latest report.
Illegally grown tissue culture bananas are making quick profits for some, but are also fuelling land conflict and environmental degradation.