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.
The Environment and Education ministries have unveiled the official textbook on climate change for upper secondary schools.
Women must be at the heart of climate action, former Irish president said.
Climate change will continue to impact economic performance.
he Vatican will host executives of the world’s top oil companies for a conference next week on climate change and the transition away from fossil fuels, a Vatican source said.
Environmental activists mark World Environment Day 2018 with a call for reforms.
Several NGOs, including Plan International, have urged the government to pay more attention to climate change issues.
Senior Environment Ministry officials urge to help cut the use of plastic bags.
Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR is a common term among companies and private agencies.
India-based Saba Industries Group, a major manufacturer and exporter of rice and other commodities in the region, plans to invest $100 million in Southeast Asia’s rice industry, aiming to become one of the largest producers and exporters in the region.
Takehiko Nakao outlines 10 priorities in the Asian Development Bank’s key strategy to alleviate poverty in the region.
Today, May 9, we celebrate Europe Day. May 9 is the day that in 1950 French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman launched proposals that led to the establishment of the European Coal and Steel Community, and eventually to the creation of the European Union.
The current global energy landscape differs greatly from what it looked like a decade ago.
A partnership of four lower-Mekong countries to protect water and natural resources.
At the upcoming summit of the Mekong River Commission, Cambodia will facilitate important discussions with other MRC member countries and high-level officials from China and Myanmar, writes Lim Kean Hor.
Takehiko Nakao argues that it is an opportune moment for the GMS leaders to embrace new opportunities, including incorporating new technologies in various sectors such as education, agriculture, health, and finance.
Today is World Meteorological Day and Muhibuddin Usamah argues that achieving a climate-ready Cambodia requires multi-faceted interventions.
The Asian Development Bank is asked to consider new programs to help Cambodia’s agriculture sector with crop zoning.
The World Bank says that Cambodia is vulnerable to rising sea levels.
Australia’s multi-billion dollar tourism industry is under increasing threat from climate change with some of the nation’s top natural wonders in the firing line as temperatures and sea levels rise, a study warned.
Only about half of 150 countries have adopted laws governing urban development.
Cambodia vows to improve collaboration to enhance counter-terrorism cooperation.
Wetter winters linked to climate change are threatening the future of golf.
With its pristine sands, glistening saltwater flats and gently swaying palms, Kiribati ought to be a tropical paradise – but this precarious slice of heaven on Earth is living on borrowed time.