“This outrageous conviction is a blatant attempt to silence these young human rights defenders in retaliation for their peaceful work to protect Cambodia’s natural resources. This clearly violates the activists’ right to freedom of expression and constitutes an attack on all human rights defenders in Cambodia.”
Despite the wins in Cambodia, Goichot says the Mekong remains “in a state of stress that is pretty alarming.”
The campaign, She is the Answer, supports communities to become more resilient by training women to take up climate-adaptive livelihoods. The work is underpinned by research that has shown female empowerment to be one of the most effective solutions at our disposal in tackling global heating.
At the summit, Thailand’s Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment Varawut Silpa-archa provided an update on progress in drafting Thailand’s first ever Climate Change Act and use of the Bio-Circular-Green-Economy Model, marking Thailand’s steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to changing climate conditions ahead of COP26.
Our focus is on helping our Mekong partners strengthen good governance, economic independence, and sustainable development by promoting a transparent, rules-based approach to transboundary challenges.
Biomass energy is energy generated or produced by living or once-living organisms. The most common biomass materials used for energy are plants and wood.
Online public seminar, Friday, 19 March 2021 at 06:30 ICT / Thursday 18 March 2021 at 16:30 PDT.
A Thai plant-based industry NGO has partnered with a data and consumer insights platform to launch the country’s first mass climate crisis campaign at multiple Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) subway stations.
“While Cambodian authorities prevent the Prey Lang Community Network and environmental defenders from protecting the Prey Lang wildlife sanctuary, illegal loggers are clearing land with impunity.”