The Indigenous People Network and civil society organisations yesterday asked the government to speed up registration of indigenous collective lands.
The nitiative needs basic infrastructure, but cannot solely rely on mega projects worth billions of dollars. The infrastructure projects have to match the industrialization level of the host country, or they cannot be sustained.
New research published this week finds that deforestation In Cambodia is associated with increased risk of childhood morbidity and mortality
High-ranking Lao officials are regularly involved in illegal logging and cross-border sales, despite a ban on the export of timber issued by Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith in May last year.
ASEAN governments are set to speed up implementation of large infrastructure projects by taking advantage of the fast growth and the ample liquidity in the global financial market.
Southeast Asians eat twice the global average of fish and seafood, but falling catches, unsustainable aquaculture and poor governance have imperiled the crucial industry
If I had the chance to choose again I would still choose my way: Mother Mushroom.
As keynote speakers at this year’s Mekong Forum repeatedly underscored the rise of China amid growing unpredictability of U.S. policies, the sole U.S. representative in the half-filled ballroom in Khon Kaen, cut a lonely figure.