A Chinese NGO is bringing solar power and clean cook stoves to villages in Myanmar.
Ten villagers have been injured by police who fired rubber bullets at them for blocking a roadway to a controversial Chinese-run Wanbao copper mine.
Myanmar is sandwiched between two very large neighbours – China and India. Relations with China are not currently cordial, especially among the Myanmar people, who retain memories of numerous undue political and economic interactions and incidents.
Experts call for the China-led development bank to lay foundations for Asia’s clean energy transition, write Liu Qing and Tang Damin
National park could help save the headwaters of the Tibetan plateau that are evaporating because of climate change, says Chinese geologist Yang Yong
Plans to dam the Lancang River, China’s stretch of the Mekong, will have impacts far beyond China’s borders.
Will efforts to sustainably steward the Salween, Asia’s last free flowing, international river, parallel those launched a half-century ago and half a world away?
Large dams on the Mekong River in China’s Yunnan Province have considerable impacts on downstream river flows, new research by myself and colleagues at Aalto University in Finland and published recently in the Journal of Hydropower has shown.
Top officials from Myanmar have discussed dams and hydropower projects with one of China’s biggest hydropower companies.