Ho Chi Minh City is mulling a consumption tariff on vehicles to mitigate air pollution.
Norway to combat plastic pollution.
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City Hall launches a rubbish-burning kiln constructed in Prek Pnov.
China extends monthly air quality rankings to 169 cities from 74.
This ever-present but disregarded ‘silent and invisible killer’ – air pollution – is what made freelance photographer Mech Sereyrath take action, the artistic way.
Indonesia prepares to host thousands of competitors and fans for Asian Games.
Starbucks announces it is to eliminate all plastic straws from its 28,000 stores by 2020.
A new cement factory in Battambang has begun construction of a concrete road.
Cambodia and China have strengthened cooperation on environmental protection with plans to improve urban waste water treatment.
An estimated eight million tonnes of plastic waste ends up in the oceans every year.
China unveils a guideline to comprehensively win the battle against pollution.
25% of the plastics used in Volvo models from 2025 will be from recycled materials.
Authorities close down an illegal chrome-plating workshop in Phnom Penh after neighbours complained of fumes.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and ride-hailing app Grab are partnering up to tackle traffic woes in Phnom Penh.
On her lunch break, Bangkok office worker Chinapa Payakha emerges from a 7-Eleven store with two plastic bags.
Having once vowed never to attempt such madness again, Ben Lecomte is set to take on giant waves, sharks and a pile of floating garbage the size of Texas in a perilous quest to swim across the Pacific Ocean.
India’s white-marble Taj Mahal is turning yellow and green as the 17th century mausoleum weathers filthy air in the world’s eighth-most polluted city.
Environment Ministry disputes criticism said the ministry failed to monitor air pollution.
India should follow China’s example and clean up the air in its cities, says WHO.