China’s vice premier Zhang Gaoli has said Cambodia will benefit from the expansion of his country’s flagship Belt and Road Initiative.
The biggest conference ever held on the Mekong Delta, occurring this week in Can Tho, is a chance for the Government to hear of breakthrough ideas on sustainable development in the southern region amid climate change threats.
Vietnam’s Environment Administration says the Mekong Delta is being destroyed by climate change and other human-induced changes.
conservation group to file appeal against Thailand’s Administrative Court’s dismissal of its complaint against Thai authorities involving the Pak Bang dam
New strain of drug-resistant Malaria has spread to all four countries of the Eastern Greater Mekong subregion and of international concern
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China’s Belt and Road Initiative Is moving ahead swiftly, with a major summit recently concluding in Hong Kong under the banner, “from vision to action”.
GMS and other Asian wildlife rangers just need a job, and are not motivated by protecting our most iconic species—tigers, elephants, gorillas and many others.
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Relevant parties will define resources coordinating mechanisms and seek foreign and private support for the effort in both resources and technology.
Rural coffee farmers across southern Laos are sharing sustainable agricultural practices to protect both their land and health from chemical farming methods, reports