News file for: Cambodia
Temperatures in South-East Asia’s Lower Mekong Basin are set to rise by up to three times the global average temperature increase, according to a USAID-funded study.
About 75 percent of emerging economies in the Asia-Pacific region suffer from low levels of water security, according to a new Asian Development Bank study.
Science and technology diplomacy between China and Southeast Asia is expected to benefit both sides, says a new OECD report.
An international team of scientists are launching a major study of drug-resistant malaria in Myanmar.
A new rehabilitation center in Cambodia will care for injured pangolins rescued from the country’s growing wildlife trade.
Plans to harness hydropower potential in the Lower Mekong Basin for the first time has led to a search for a good dam.
With the livelihoods of 60 million people on the line, science – not guesswork – must prevail, writes WWF International Director General Jim Leape.
The planned hydropowered dams on the Mekong River could jeopardize food security for 60 million people, according to a study.
Growing resistance to artemisinin is threatening to roll back gains made in combating the disease, said malaria experts at a health conference in Sydney, Australia last week.
Foreign Minister Bob Carr today announced that Australia will spend more than AU$100 million over the next four years to fund malaria programs in the Asia-Pacific region.