Phyu Hnin Htwe, a member of the All Burma Federation of Student Unions, was denied bail by a court in Sagaing Division on Tuesday.
The government of Mon State has requested that energy giants Toyo-Thai produce a long overdue feasibility study for a new coal burning power plant.
In a country known as the Golden Land, gold miners are dying of a disease endemic to their work.
The Myanmar Fish Farmers Association (MFFA) has called for a national-level workshop to discuss the decline of fish stocks.
Burma’s vast bamboo forests have great potential to produce a sustainable crop that could be sold worldwide, according to a group of environmentalists.
A group of residents living in Rangoon’s Thilawa have travelled to Tokyo to lodge a formal complaint to Japan International Corporation Agency.
DVB Debate discusses the effects the ban on raw timber exports will have on the timber industry and how effective it will be in tackling deforestation.
Hundreds of activists set off from Rangoon by foot on a march to Myitsone, the source of the Irrawaddy River, to call for the complete shutdown of a China-backed hydroelectric mega-dam project at the site.