“The old option for rich nations to ship their waste halfway across the planet is disappearing.”
But the real game changer will be the Pan-Asia Railway Network, with separate routs via Vietnam and Cambodia, one through Laos and the third through Myanmar.
“It’s basically under the guise of internationalizing China, but it’s more about resource extraction and attaining materials.”
The human rights footprint of Thais is on the rise–linking malpractice of businesses, environmental destructions and large displacements.
Scrap piles up right at the entrance gate to the village, and covers all canals, alleys and heaps up at houses. Schools are ‘attacked’ by waste and thick black smoke.
The three were charged with “intimidation” and “causing damage” while investigating an alleged illegal sand dredging operation in Koh Kong province in 2016.
Laos notified the Mekong River Commission (MRC) last week of its intention to build a 770 megawatt dam at Pak Lay in Xayaburi province.
Myanmar can solve its plastic pollution problem. It starts with reducing personal use of single use plastic and switching to alternatives
Vietnam is imitating China in its efforts to grow economically and lags its larger neighbor only by about a decade, experts say.
New report explores how the development establishment’s embrace of Myanmar and how to break loose