Exhibitions and photo essays by local, international photographers to sound alarm over threats to the planet
French company Engie’s decision to pull out of Upper Yeywa Dam sets good example, they say
Police warn organizers they could face action over ‘illegal’ protest; rally leaders say they obtained permission
‘Mother Irrawaddy’ in danger of being lost to the ‘greed of a superpower’, he warns
National unity could be damaged if China-backed project proceeds, U Soe Thein says
Minister U Thaung Tun acknowledges ‘misguided’ project has many environmental, social challenges and is deeply unpopular
Facilities are still sparse, but locals are eager to build a tourism industry based on stunning scenery and encounters with ethnic communities.
Kayah branch of DICA constructing office in forested area near Naung Yar Lake
Event features both practical objects and works of art created from discarded materials
Taking recycling one step further, show features beautiful, durable objects created by international and local designers from waste materials
More than half the global population lives in cities, which consume over two-thirds of the world's energy, and account for more than 70 percent of all carbon dioxide emissions.
A report produced by doctors, academics and policy experts from around the world warns of the effects of climate change on public health and health systems.
Workers and residents of Jincheng in northern China are struggling amid a weakening economy brought on by sweeping pollution laws.
Air pollution, caused largely by burning fossil fuels, is cutting global life expectancy by an average of 1.8 years per person, making it the world's top killer, researchers say.
Home to one of Myanmar’s three turtle conservation centers, this Andaman Sea island was once a safe haven for the green sea turtle. But overfishing and sand-mining have seen its hatching