Vietnam’s salt farmers toil in the sweltering sun to eke out a meagre living, increasingly battered by imports of the mineral and also climate woes.
Climate change is moving to the center stage at the United Nations.
Big investors must compel companies to tackle modern slavery.
Australians will go to the polls in a general election on May 18 in a campaign set to be fought over taxation and inequality.
Ministry responds to blaming deforestation as the major factor for high temperatures.
Civil society organisations call on the government to increase funding at the commune level to tackle climate change.
More of the billions of tonnes of materials the world uses each year must be recycled and reused to keep climate change in check, researchers said on Tuesday.
From its towering “supertree” vertical gardens to a Formula 1 night race, Singapore is known for many attractions; underground space is not one of them.
The European Union is preparing about 115 million euro grant to offer Cambodia on three projects while the agreement will be signed early next year.
Talks in Poland show the limits of international action to limit global warming.
As the UN climate conference wraps up, Asia’s emission-producing economic powerhouses have said that their growing wealth doesn’t guarantee that they can fully comply with the Paris Agreement without assistance.
Cambodia has reaffirmed its commitment to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and express serious concern over the multi-faceted impacts of climate change.
S. Africa calls for increased support for developing countries in fighting climate change.
A climate protest called “Claim the Climate” is held across Brussels.
Investment to tackle climate change is increasing around the world but remains far too low to limit global warming and avoid its most harmful consequences, as governments have committed to do, analysts said on Tuesday.
Many reports provide clear indications that Vietnamese companies have been shelling out millions in bribes for logs cut from national parks and community areas in Cambodia.
An EU-funded eco-school in Svay Rieng province is paving the way to serve as an example for other schools across the Kingdom.
Although the global and regional environments are getting more complex and uncertain, Asean remains a relevant regional actor to shape regional order through Asean-centric multilateral systems.
Officials say more work needs to be done to promote climate change awareness.
Norway builds the world’s biggest salmon-farming industry. But it wants to go bigger.
The TEST programme, which aims to fight the effects of climate change has launched.
Sitting among his fridge, TV set and stacks of bowls, Ng Kei-hung sat outside the family home in Hong Kong’s Tai O village as he waited for his furniture to dry out after a recent flood.
Environment Minister urges people to use energy more efficiently and enjoy benefits such as lower costs and a greener environment.
The gov’t is creating two more wildlife sanctuaries, totalling over 60,000 hectares.
Indonesian poultry farmer Yohanes Sugihtononugroho faced ruin four years ago when plummeting prices forced him to slaughter all 100,000 of his chickens and shutter his business.
‘Kokoli’ tells a story of a fishing community facing the loss of livelihoods and land as sea levels rise in the eastern state of Odisha, writes Annie Banerji.
Governments convened for a supplementary meeting against the severe climate change.
India’s Tribal Affairs Ministry warns forest ministry of its policy would “privatize” forests.
Leaders and experts in global politics gather here at the 2018 World Peace Forum.
King Norodom Sihamoni plants 12,500 tree saplings across ten hectares of land.