Environmental Documentary Program on LNTV Starts on 21 Feb, 2017

Lao viewers are invited to watch a new environmental documentary series broadcast on Lao National Television (LNTV) Channel 3 program "For the Environment" every Tuesday at 7:40, 15:40 and 20:40. The first episode of the documentary series is launched on Tuesday, 21 Feb 2017. It was produced by renowned documentary film maker Peter Livermoore who highlights how people and their actions help conserve Lao natural heritage. In one case, forest guards in the Nam Kan National Protected Area (NPA) in Bokeo Province protect gibbons through preserving their habitat. Their work is supported by the Gibbon Experience, an ecotourism venture aiming at ensuring a sustainable future for the Bokeo forest.

The Lao Youth Union has filmed four series of three episodes each on co-management and forest protection in the Hin Nam Nor NPA, wildlife conservation, biodiversity and climate change.

LNTV a series of three episodes on forest protection in the context of the Sumalom project in Sangthong District, near Vientiane Capital.



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You can now watch 12 professionally produced documentary films broadcast on LNTV in 2017. Three or four episodes of 15 minutes each make up for a mini-series that focuses on a specific topic, e.g. wildlife or forest protection. More films supported by ProCEEd and other GIZ projects are shown as well.


You can listen in to selected radio programs produced by LNR Khammouane in Thakek and Boualapha as well as by LNR Huaphan in Sam Neua and Houameuang. Some of them have even been translated into Khmu and Hmong language. Three 15-min episodes make up for a mini-series that focuses on a specific topic.


At the provincial and district level, Environmental Tours with entertaining environmental education activities regularly tour four provinces and Vientiane Capital. A bus and a truck using solar-powered equipment facilitate film, theatre and local learning and discussion initiatives. Don’t miss the tour!