“Chinese companies in Myanmar helped develop the local economy, solve employment issues, improve local government revenue and participate in charity work. If the local government failed to deal with such an incident in a timely way and protect the development of foreign enterprises, who would want to invest in Myanmar?” said a Chinese resident.
The documentary—which has been recognized by the Earth Photo Awards, the British Photography Awards, the Drone Photo Awards, and the Social Impact Media Awards—uses a combination of drone footage and poetry to explore the rapid deforestation in Cambodia, as well as its impact on the Cambodian people. Estimates say only 3 percent of primary forest remains in the country.
The project will provide technical support to the Ministry of Transport to build mechanisms, policies and a roadmap on e-mobility development at national and city levels, promoting the introduction and sustainable development of advanced, modern and zero-emissions electric vehicles in Vietnam.
In Amphawa, Thailand, where firefly tourism was under-regulated and disruptive to locals, it is estimated that the local firefly population declined by around 80 percent.
Biomass energy is energy generated or produced by living or once-living organisms. The most common biomass materials used for energy are plants and wood.
The seasonal rice was forgotten for a long time because it is a long-term rice strain with low yield, unable to meet the demand for national food security.
“The fastest moving fish in the study was a tagged Wallago attu catfish, which moved 52 river kilometres downstream in eight hours and moved a total of 88 river kilometres over the course of the study. It is the longest range recorded,” it added.
On Friday, network members held a three-hour meeting with the government to discuss how development projects on the Mekong River have affected their livelihoods and river ecology, and what the state can do to help.
The military has also traditionally drawn moral legitimacy from its support of Buddhism, the nation’s dominating—and deeply patriarchal—religion. Buddhism in Myanmar espouses the concept of hpon, a form of spiritual energy that men are said to have more of, making them superior to women, and considers female nuns lower-statThe military has also traditionally drawn moral legitimacy from its support of Buddhism, the nation’s dominating—and deeply patriarchal—religion.