Anger remains for Letpadaung villagers
This is because the UN agency encourages farmers to produce for the mass market coffer. For smallholders this coffee simply does not make enough money.
It’s time for the BRI to incorporate a more participatory and inclusive approach in Cambodia.
The Incident draws renewed attention to the presence in the country of operations catering to the illegal trade in wildlife animal parts.
The creation of the industrial zone is expected to require investments totaling US$500 million and is projected to create 100,000 jobs
80 percent of Myanmar’s mangroves are gone. In addition to illegal logging of mangroves for charcoal and firewood, aquaculture is a recent development that also threatens mangrove ecosystems.