“The officials say we are polluting the water, but it is industries and city people who do that. We just want to make a living from fishing – we will starve if we are moved.”
Junta-era rules are business-friendly, but greens object to lax monitoring
Farming communities fear China’s investment in potash mining could imperil agriculture and the environment
The 2019 National Energy Globe Award is the fourth prestigious prize PLCN has received for its efforts.
To develop power transmission lines to become the electricity hub of the region, sourcing hydropower from Laos and selling it to Malaysia, Cambodia and Myanmar.
ccording to Forest News, Cambodia loses about 208,000 hectares of forest every year from logging. Now some local residents are fighting back and asking for help.