Mizoram will stop importing poultry, pigs and cattle from Bangladesh as well as other states after several thouand animals died due to diseases, an official said here on Tuesday.

This report was prepared for the Asia EIA Conference 2016 organised on 10 May by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ).

Myanmar has banned lucrative logging operations as the newly-elected government of democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi steps up a battle on deforestation, an environment official said on Thursday.

A new World Health Organisation (WHO) report says an estimated 12.6 million people are dying each year globally from ‘unhealthy environment’ alone.

At least eight people have been killed and thousands of houses damaged in gales and hailstones that have lashed Myanmar, according to media reports.

This paper aims to answer three research questions for each of the three contexts assessed: What is the availability and use of financial services? How can financial services contribute to building climate resilience in terms of managing climate- related risks and exploiting climate-related opportunities?

Reflecting on the voices of people living in difficult and unjust circumstances, government stakeholders and development practitioners from around the globe, the authors propose that conducting a truly participatory, multi-stakeholder and cross-scalar contextual analysis that considers a wide range of hazards, as well as people’s capacities and

Myanmar has launched the country's first UNESCO Biosphere Reserve -- Inle Lake in Shan state, opening a new chapter in its commitment to bio-diversity and eco-system conservation, official media re

Expedition will have 20 countries and 40 ships participating; countries will collate and analyse data to study different climatic challenges and changes

YANGON, Myanmar—The death toll from a landslide near a jade mine in northern Myanmar passed 100, local authorities say, and there are fears that the number will rise further.