Fightback Sea Abrasion: Adapting to Climate Change in Central Java - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Southeast Asia

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If the government is willing to build dikes here, I can plan mangroves and make them grow well again. The mangroves will live again.
- Pasijah

The Mekong Delta of Vietnam – Hopes for the “Nine Dragons River” with Le Dinh Tuyen

At the end of the day, the Mekong River is our life, it's our love for our children, and their bright futures.
Le Dinh Tuyen, Vietnam

The Mekong Delta of Vietnam – Hopes for the “Nine Dragons River” with Le Dinh Tuyen - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Southeast Asia

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Air Pollution in Thailand: The Right to Breathe Clean Air with Weenarin Lulitanonda - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Southeast Asia

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This is what you breathe every single minute that you remain alive.
Weenarin Lulitanonda

"Vietnam in Motion" explores entangled stories of the people in contemporary Vietnam. Publishing scholarly articles, interviews, essays from artists, writers, and thinkers, it covers various disciplines and reflects on the transformation happening in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, a country of nearly 96 million people that deserves more attention.

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ASEAN explained in 5 minutes - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung

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PSEAH - Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung

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Recent Publications


The Climate Story: Connecting The Dots

At the ‘Climate Story: Connecting the Dots web discussion, a mix of participants - journalists from Southeast Asia, climate advocates, communications and development professionals - exchanged insights about the overarching climate story that, in truth, supersedes all stories today. How to tell this story better, and the need for a Southeast Asian perspective in reporting the impacts and human toll of the climate crisis were the key threads that ran though this conversation.

Timor-Leste's Economic Diversification: Challenges and the Way Forward

Timor-Leste is the youngest nation in Southeast Asia and the poorest country in the region. It has overcome tremendous challenges since independence but struggles with serious economic development problems. The focus of this paper series is economic diversification, which is one of the dominant policy issues in Timor-Leste, more than 20 years after independence from Indonesia. Given the multiple and delicate challenges that the country is facing, it is viewed as an alternative path toward sustainable and inclusive economic development, reducing dependence on petroleum and seeking new economic opportunities.


Agrifood Atlas – Facts and figures about the corporations that control what we eat

Soil Atlas: Facts and figures about earth, land and fields

Ocean Atlas: Understanding the threats to our marine ecosystems