Delegates discussed solutions and made decisions on forest fire and haze pollution control in ASEAN and GMS countries.
The loggers sell timber to traders who will distribute them to various depots in the northeast provinces before exporting them to Vietnam.
A first-of-its-kind global study shows that children in 27 developing countries have better nutrition—when they live near forests.
With fields too hot and productivity too low, it is no surprise that Thailand has such an influx of Cambodian workers.
As Myanmar works to restructure to private sector management of the country’s forestry and timber resources, reports of illegal logging are surging.
The election campaign has been accompanied by an uptick in felled trees and suspected collusion between the enforcement rangers and the illegal loggers.
“China does not tell us what to do in our respective centres.” Interview on China creating the Global Centre Mekong Study (GCMS) to conduct academic research on the Mekong.
Although Vietnam’s forest coverage has increased, the quality has been declining, says the director of the Silviculture Research Institute.
With less than 30% of Greater Mekong’s forests remaining, new WWF report highlights efforts by people and communities trying to stop the devastation.
The human rights footprint of Thais is on the rise–linking malpractice of businesses, environmental destructions and large displacements.