• Oct 07, 2020
As Hanoi’s biggest landfill Nam Son nears capacity, causing widespread pollution, disease and land disputes in nearby communities, tensions between locals and officials are ramping up as demands for compensation are ignored
• May 20, 2020
Upcycling is a seemingly win-win initiative bringing old adversaries the environment and profitability together. While in its nascent stages in Cambodia, does a circular economy offer potential for the badly hit garment sector to diversify and increase sustainability?
• Aug 22, 2019
Cambodia’s plastic waste is kept in balance thanks to an army of waste pickers, who represent the only functioning infrastructure. We look back at how plastic conquered the Kingdom
Dow Chemical is infamous for the devastating Agent Orange unleashed on civilians during the Vietnam War. Now, the company is putting plastic scrap to work paving new roads for the nation
• Jul 31, 2019
Southeast Asia is racing to follow China's ban on plastic waste imports. And with Cambodia now forced to clean up its own mess, the Kingdom has a chance to turn piles of plastic trash into treasure
Evie Breese and Thim Rachna
• Jun 28, 2019
Enough clothes have already been made to outfit everyone on the planet. But with rampant overproduction leaving more and more fabric waste in landfill, it's time to find a solution
• Jun 24, 2019
An new art exhibition in Phnom Penh featuring works by Cambodian and foreign artists will raise questions about plastic use and recycling, through woodcarvings, illustrations and even a motorbike.
• Nov 23, 2018