Limestone mountains are being devoured to meet demand from the construction industry, with little thought to the undiscovered species that may be lost
Will allow villagers to live in a mangrove forest if they help protect the area, a unique collaboration that could work across the country.
About 35 percent of the population in the Mekong Delta will also be influenced, as 40.5 percent of the total rice output of this region will be lost.
Around 500 families affected by the construction in Laos’ northwestern Oudomxay province still lack adequate shelter and access to clean water.
A case study in climate challenges yet again, from sea level rise and saltwater intrusion in the Mekong Delta to the country’s reliance on coal.
Decreased from 4.3 million ha in 2010 to 3.95 million ha in 2019.
Without urgent action, the future possible wave surge zone means far greater risks of inundation in Bangkok and other parts of central Thailand.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the NLD administration is unable to solve Myanmar’s challenges.