Illegal Chinese fishing off East Africa hurts local communities: report

Long-distance fishing operations are linked to rights abuses, cruelty to wildlife and unsustainable practices

Prisoners in Cambodia suffer amid searing heat and water shortages

One political prisoner is allowed only one bucketful of unclean water a day to bathe in.

Hong Kong's tech city will destroy key wetland for birds: experts

The project doesn't even align with government environmental plans from mainland China, birdwatchers say.

In Southeast Asia, protecting the environment is its own hazard

Climate change could devastate the region, but that hasn’t stopped governments from targeting young activists.

India is home to at least 718 snow leopards: survey

Climate change is an overarching threat to their population, expert says