ဟောင်ကောင်မြို့၏ တောင်တန်းများဝန်းရံထားသော "Happy" မြေနိမ့်ပိုင်းတောင်ကြား ဒေသသည် မိုးများချိန်တွင် မကြာခဏရေကြီးရေလျှံမှုများ ကြုံတွေ့ရတတ်ပါသည်။ ဟောင်ကောင် မြို့၏ ယာဉ်ကြောအကျပ်တည်းဆုံးနေရာတစ်ခုတွင် အများပြည်သူနှင့်စီးပွားရေး လုပ်ငန်းများအား အနှောက်အယှက်အနည်းဆုံးဖြင့် ရေကြီးရေလျှံမှုပြဿနာကို ဖြေရှင်း...
Source: Frontier MyanmarDate: 3 Dec 19A small and passionate group of young activists is working in diverse ways to raise public awareness about the threat Myanmar faces from climate change. By NICOLE TU-MAUNG | FRONTIERON A Sunday afternoon in September, hundreds of people gathered on the cobblesto...
23 Nov 19 - Source: Mizzima - Mon State, Paung constituency lower house MP Mi Kun Chan demanded in a parliamentary session convened on November 22 that an enquiry should be held into the landslide that occurred in Ma Latt hill, Paung Township, Mon State. MP Mi Kun Chan said in parliament session, "I...
15 Nov 19 - Source: Myanmar Times - The Asia Development Bank (ADB) will provide US$51.2 million to upgrade rural roads in Myanmar to become all-weather and climate-resilient, the bank said in a statement released on Tuesday. The bank said in its statement that the funds would be used for 152 kilome...
26 Oct 19 - Source: Mizzima - Developed countries on Friday pledged nearly $10 billion for the UN's flagship climate change fund, offsetting the impact of US President Donald Trump's decision to quit the Paris Agreement against global warming. "I am very happy to announce that we have closed this co...
01 Oct 19 - Source: Myanmar Times - Since the mass production of plastic began, almost six billion tonnes of it – approximately 91 percent – has remained in our air, land and water. Plastic production and use is embedded in the global economy, and in our natural environment. This culture of waste is...
09 Oct 19 - Source: Myanmar Times - Over 600,000 acres of paddy fields were flooded during the monsoon season this year, out of which 130,000 acres, or just 21 percent, were damaged, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (MOALI). Of the damaged fields this year, just ove...
ကမ႓ာ့ရာသီဥတု ပိုမိုပူပြင်းလာနေခြင်း နှင့်အတူ အအေးပိုင်းဒေသများမှ ရေခဲပြင်များ အရည်ပျော်နှုန်း မြန်ဆန်လာခါ ကမ႓ာကြီး၏ ပင်လယ် သမုဒ္ဒရာများ၏ ရေမျက်နှာပြင်များကို ပိုမိုမြင့်တက်လာစေခဲ့ပါသည်။ ပင်လယ်ပြင်နှင့် ထိစပ်မှုဧရိယာ များပြားပြီး မြေနိမ့်ဒေသများ သော တိုင်းပြည်နိုင်ငံများ၌ ကြီးမားသော ဘေးဒုက္ခများကို ဖ...
07 Oct 19 - Source: Myanmar Times - Local and foreign experts have warned that the country's coral reef cover has declined by 70 percent, but the actual figure is difficult to ascertain because of a lack of data. During a recent meeting to come up with a national action plan to protect sharks and ma...
Source: DSS Water / DRR Team - On 15 September a DRR-Team counting 4 Dutch experts arrived in Myanmar, after DRR-Team has been selected at the beginning of this month. Their objective: a scoping mission related to the floods that hit Myanmar in Mid-August. These floods led to more than 110.000 displ...
21 Sep 19 - Source: Mizzima - Mon State government minister of natural resources and environment conservation Dr. Min Kyi said that they did not provide information on potential landslide sites in advance as they did not want people to get concerned over the potential for this form of natural disast...
23 Sep 19 - Source: Myanmar Times - Hundreds of people marched in downtown Yangon on Sunday as part of the Global Climate Strike to demand that action be taken to address the worsening effects of climate change around the world. At least 200 protesters gathered in front of Bogyoke Market and marched...
18 Sep 19 - Source: The Irrawady - YANGON—Lying 5 meters below mean sea level, receiving a large amount of rainfall during the monsoon season and surrounded by waterways on three sides, the nearly 20,000-acres of land on the west bank of the Yangon River that lie directly across from Myanmar's comme...
19 Sep 19 - Source: Myanmar Times - Most businesses in Myanmar are not prepared for natural disasters that hit the country every year, such as drought, cyclones, landslides and floods, experts said. U Soe Tun, co-chair of the Myanmar Private Sector Disaster Management Network, said private businesse...
14 Sep 19 - Source: Mizzima - The risks of climate change to Myanmar were discussed at a seminar for MPs organised by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Naypyitaw this week.The event held on September 9 gave MPs from seven Hluttaw committees a chance to discuss the issue with three i...

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