Government calls it a publicity stunt with a hidden political agenda and an attempt to mislead the public and discredit the government’s efforts in protecting and preserving natural resources.
Thailands office of Atoms for Peace warned of excessively high levels of radiation from the so-called “energy cards” that their distributors claim can cure illnesses and help relieve aches and pains.
A culture of environmental care doesn’t always emerge organically. On the Cambodian island of Koh Sdach, one woman has taken it upon herself to plant the seeds of environmental stewardship.
A conference was held in Ho Chi Minh City on June 18 to review two years since the implementation of Resolution No.120/NQ-CP on sustainable development of the Mekong Delta in adaptation with climate change.
From northeastern Thailand, a couple of shadowy men have been running the world’s most elaborate poaching ring—earning an enormous fortune by destroying some of the planet’s most exotic creatures.
Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand were involved in the latest round of Norwegian studies, which involved surveys of fish stocks, measurements of microplastic particles in the water, and microplastic contamination in fish.
One of the first recorded outbreaks of Panama disease in the 1950s nearly wiped out the Gros Michel variety of banana altogether.