Thai consumers should think about the victims and survivors of the devastating 2018 Lao dam collapse when looking at their electricity bills.
Recently announced that 3,148 kilometres of coastline in Thailand would be a “coastal erosion protection zone” and seawall constructions would be largely forbidden.
Despite the challenges caused by COVID-19, Vietnam’s tentative target of increasing solar PV capacity to 12 gigawatts by 2030 remains highly achievable.
It is now time for China to back its kind words about enduring friendship with action and enable a mechanism for co-management of the river.
Well, how can I complain? I live in a city where policymakers see trees, nature, and even people, as obstacles to infrastructure development. Most of the time, they simply place form over function.
Covid-19 seems to be accelerating the adoption of several pre-pandemic trends like digitalisation and robotics. Perhaps decarbonisation can be another.
If Thailand wants to preserve its fast-dwindling forests, it pays to ponder if it’s insane to repeat the same policy that has failed for decades, yet still expect it to succeed.
Beijing’s actions breach the UN Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses.
A village headman and social worker share their thoughts on the matter
It is good to hear from Natural Resources and Environment Minister that his ministry is considering closing the country’s 157 national parks for three months each year to allow the ecology and environment to improve.