Brooke Shull


Water Monitoring in Vang Vieng, Laos

March 18, 2009


Only a few hours’ drive from Laos’s capital of Vientiane, Vang Vieng is a small but growing town, and one of the country’s most popular ecotourism destinations. Here, the Nam Song River is the center of life. People from around the globe travel to Vang Vieng to enjoy kayaking, tubing, fishing, caving, and trekking along the river and its surroundin… Read more


From Cambodia: Managing the Environment in the “Wild West”

July 25, 2007


Until recently, the Koh Kong region of Cambodia was known as their “Wild West ” – geographically isolated from the rest of the country, the surrounding Cardamom Mountains served as one of the last Khmer Rouge strongholds. The Cardamoms stretch to the western border with Thailand, and host dense forests and some of the world’s rarest wildlife specie… Read more


From Thailand: Greening the Hotel Industry in Post-Tsunami Phuket

April 18, 2007


In Phuket, the Green Leaf Foundation (GLF) and the Association for the Development of Environmental Quality, non-profit partners of The Asia Foundation, are working with hotels to reduce their environmental impact as they rebuild after the devastating 2004 Asian tsunami. By participating in the Green Leaf Environmental Audit Program, hotels and res… Read more