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China must consider environmental effect and economic fragility for belt and road projects, study says
China’s ambitious effort to address global inequality and boost trade has an unequal problem of its ownStudy finds some countries are in desperate need of economic development but their environment could collapse in rapid growth
YANGON (Reuters): Some camps dotted in the forest have a few dozen people, some more than a thousand. The displaced sleep packed together under plastic sheeting for protection from Myanmar's monsoon rains.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): The Australian government will support Cambodia’s effort to provide piped clean water to rural areas as its Provincial Investment Plan study revealed that less than 50 per cent of villages in the country were connected to piped water in 2020.
(Reuters) - Some camps dotted in the forest have a few dozen people, some more than a thousand. The displaced sleep packed together under plastic sheeting for protection from Myanmar's monsoon rains.
MALAYSIA will be able to produce some 150,000 metric tonnes of blood cockles (Tegillarca granosa) worth more than RM1bil by 2025, according to Batu Maung Fisheries Research Institute (FRI) in Penang.
Singapore has voiced interest in deepening cooperation with Cambodia on waste management and clean water production, and providing training and capacity building for the Cambodian government officials.
From being easy to propagate to a tough plant, the pothos, or money plant, is a much-loved houseplant adored by both new and seasoned plant parents.
Ummi Kalthum Junid uses onion peel, potato skin and beetroot to colour fabrics which are then turned into decorative works of art.
AS we experience more technological advancements, water operators also have continued to explore various innovative mechanisms to treat raw water into potable water.