Homes and farmland have been flooded following the bust of the under construction Nam Ao Hydropower Project on Sep 11.
With some of the world’s most cluttered sidewalks and reluctant pedestrians, getting around Saigon by foot can be a drag.
“There is one overriding principle that drives the business -– it’s of huge value with low risk. And that’s why we are losing the battle, rapidly,” says USAID Wildlife Asia’s law enforcement specialist.
People affected by emissions from a coal mine project of Thai companies in Tanintharyi Region have urged the Thai authorities to take action.
Insufficient electricity is one of the major problems Myanmar faces when it comes to attracting investment, can Liquid Natural Gas be the answer?
Cambodia stands to lose US$130 million per year in economic benefit unless deforestation in the Veun Sai-Siem Pang National Park (VSSPNP) is halted.
Laos’ Pak Beng dam, developed by China and supported by Thailand, has divided riparian nations over how best to manage the river’s resources
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam visits Myanmar this week in an effort to step up its game in ASEAN and is expected to promote Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Our weekly News Digest curates news, commentary and resources on development, its environmental and social impacts, and the context affecting the Mekong region.
A closer look at the paths ahead for the Mekong River Commission.