Beijing declares its third major smog alert of 2018, and the second this month.
China appears to be “winning” its war on air pollution, making so much progress that life expectancy could rise by more than two years, according to a US university study.
Volkswagen vehicles recalled for cheating scandal are using more fuel and still failing pollution tests.
Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading on-demand transportation and mobile payments platform, and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) announced a cooperation agreement that aims at improving living standards in urban areas by reducing pollution and urban traffic congestion.
India’s popular attraction Taj Mahalis covered in scaffolding, its once white marble now yellowing due to pollution.
Youth Eco Labs, an intensive three-month programme to support youth to develop high-impact businesses that aim to solve some of Cambodia’s most pressing environmental challenges will be launched this month by Impact Hub Phnom Penh.…
New World Bank report encourages to challenge Urbanisation threats.
The “three tough battles” for 2018 in China will be curbing major risks, eradicating poverty and controlling pollution.
The order comes after finding the farms had no proper wastewater management systems.
Delhi orders schools shut for the week as air pollution worsens and criticism mounts over failure of authorities to tackle the crisis.
Beauty pageant contestants will be in Tbong Khmum province to plant trees and share environmental information.
China’s manufacturing slows as steps to reduce pollution force factories to reduce production.
Xi Jinping has a confident vision for a strong nation and its role in the world, stressing the importance of wiping out corruption.
As the city’s population has more than doubled since the turn of the millennium, the amount of waste the capital generates is quickly outpacing the city’s capacity to collect and process it.
Hundreds of charcoal kilns will be moved after locals voiced their health concerns.
The Apsara Authority bans food vendors from setting up on the grass in front of Angkor Wat.
The Ministry of Environment plans to inspect more than 110 factories and enterprises in Phnom Penh and Kandal province.
China’s already soaring plastic demand may rise even further as the government plans to ban waste-plastic imports.
Steelmakers in the smog-prone northern Chinese province of Hebei will be forced to halt operations if they fail to meet new restrictions.
The Ministry of Environment to hold national forum on reducing pollution in next month.