Greater Mekong Subregion Statistics and Maps Brochure
This brochure introduces the GMS statistics and maps available on the GMS Core Environment Program website.
Date: 28th November 2013
Updated: 2nd December 2013
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31st March 2018
Land use is constantly changing in the GMS. Yet government planners are often poorly informed on land use processes, which risks decisions being made that may lead to social and environmental costs that outweigh the intended benefits. For example, a forest cleared for timber or commercial plantations might, due to poor land use planning, affect water and soil quality and negatively impact nearby agriculture.
31st May 2018
Senior agriculture officials from the six member countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) agreed to increase regional cooperation in food safety, boost the trading of climate-friendly agriculture products, and accelerate the implementation of the five-year GMS Strategy and Siem Reap Action Plan endorsed by the Second GMS Agriculture Ministers’ Meeting...read the full news release here.