Water extracting machines powered by the sun are hoped to be applied in remote disadvantaged regions around Vietnam.
Activists say inequality is built into negotiation system, smaller countries being drowned out
With the weight of skyscrapers contributing to the city’s gradual descent into water, Bangkok has become a victim of its own frenetic development.
Climate change negotiations were mostly between the superpower nations, the elite and big conglomerates. The poor on the frontline are hit the hardest but don’t have a voice: activist.
Unpredictable and extreme rainfall patterns caused by climate change make the management of water in reservoirs very challenging.
Amongst other renewable energy sources, solar energy in Vietnam has been making the most headway in recent times.
With fields too hot and productivity too low, it is no surprise that Thailand has such an influx of Cambodian workers.
This was very much an avoidable manmade tragedy caused by poor design, construction and operation.
Lao hydraulic infrastructure frequently induces systemic, path-dependent and disruptive socio-ecological transformations.
Online publication to help understand how the regional intergovernmental organization promotes rule-based water cooperation among MRC member countries.
China’s Jul 18 white paper on ecological progress on the Tibetan Plateau is riddled with lies and factual errors known full well to those who are paying attention.
The Korean owned PNPC dam company knew the partially built saddle dam was at risk to intense weather patterns during the monsoon season.