Thailand is considering a new environmental law, that is widely criticized by scholars and the public for failing to resolve environmental problems
Though there’s progress on rail projects in Laos and Thailand, no one can predict when the dream will become true
A Thai company planning to build a $2.8 billion power plant says its advanced technology will prevent damage to the environment, but nearby residents are sceptical.
if Cambodia, Laos and Việt Nam take advantage of recent advances in renewable power generation and transmission technologies, they can achieve energy security
With Vietnam planning to signigicantly increase its number of coal plants over the next decade, potentially posing great risks to the environment, international experts have advised the country to work on a cleaner path forward.
Cambodia’s deforestation rate is one of the fastest in the world, endangering wildlife as well as cultures that have long drawn on the forests for their livelihoods
An abundance of cheap power from China could stall Laos’ plans to become the “battery of Southeast Asia.”
The MRC launched two joint projects to better manage the Mekong basin resources, especially monitoring the impact of the controversial Don Sahong dam.
Australian mining firm Medusa Mining has announced plans to begin exploration for gold, copper and oil in Kratie province’s Prek Kampi commune, about 35 kilometres west of a stretch of the Mekong River that is home to endangered river dolphins. Medusa Mining signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Sea Resources, which was granted exclusive […]
Datang (Lao) Pak Beng Hydropower Co Ltd and the Lao government yesterday met in Chiang Rai with the Network of local people who could be affected by the Pak Beng Dam.