It’s evident that under the military regime, there is no chance we will get laws that effectively protect public health and the environment.
Giant Ibis, vultures, and White-shouldered Ibis continue to be found in their natural habitats in Cambodia, according to BirdLife Cambodia.
With the prospects of power shortages in the coming time as well as concerns about transmission line and grid connection, solar rooftop panels could ease power demand, while contributing to sustainable development.
New hearings to get underway as activists in Chiang Rai continue making their opinion known that locals do not want rapid blasting as it will destroy critical habitat and livelihoods for many communities.
However, civil groups, including those at a recent forest governance forum, pointed out that many forest residents were still uncertain if the new policy will maintain their land rights.
A variety of measures to help the Mekong Delta region better respond to climate change and achieve sustainable agricultural production were proposed at a seminar yesterday.
A government-sponsored study warned against restarting the highly controversial Myitsone dam and recommended alternatives to develop the country’s hydropower sector.