Academics called on the government yesterday to declare the capital a pollution-control zone, so related agencies can enforce stricter legal measures to limit emissions and protect people’s health.
The roar of the tiger has been replaced by the growl of the chain saw in Northeastern Cambodia’s Virachey National Park.
Victims of Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy dam collapse in Laos languish in shelters, staring at an uncertain future.
The national land policy committee made history by allowing for the first time, those with conflicting claims to continue living in the forests without having their claims examined and verified.
Beijing is now pressing Myanmar to revive the Myitsone Dam project, which has been suspended for seven years, in exchange for its diplomatic protection.
The body of water provides most the country’s protein production. But overfishing and climate change threaten life on the lake
As the Chinese dragon whips its tail, must Thai farmers fall in line, or can they gain some traction on their own to shape Thailand’s future agricultural policy?
Authorities confirmed a Chinese firm’s looking to develop in Vang Vieng, but they say that land belonging to locals won’t be touched. Villagers are, however, skeptical.
The villager was held since 2017 with a group arrested for protesting the loss of land awarded by the government to a Vietnamese rubber company. Eleven others remain in detention, with another reported to have died in custody last year.