Not only Thailand, but also other Asean member countries should cooperate with Laos to help the country transform its position from being landlocked to creating a land link within the region.
Interconnection is crucial in achieving the regional target of 23% renewables share by 2025.
Pollution is one of many challenges Asean people face today. Clear political leadership within Asean is needed and its agenda can no longer be set by bureaucrats.
Academics making Beijing’s case for the contribution of dams in the Lancang-Mekong River corridor.
China should publicly reveal the contract signed with the previous military regime, disclose the full list of people who may have taken bribes, and heed the voices of Myanmar’s citizens.
“There is little research data on wetlands in our country. Designating the areas Ramsar sites is not enough. Further conservation work is needed because people are farming and raising livestock in these areas.”
Cambodia’s reliance on hydropower for its energy needs could have a detrimental effect on the country.
Thailand’s next phase of growth requires a new paradigm for the power sector; one that leads to a low-carbon economy while ensuring energy security, affordability, and sustainability.