Chin State has suffered particularly erratic rainfall, landslides and floods. But new adaptation programs are aiming to prepare farming communities for future changes in the climate and improve food security.
Climate change will bring soaring temperatures, more intense storms, erratic rainfall, plummeting crop yields and a collapse of coral reefs to the Asia-Pacific unless countries fully implement their commitments under…
A changing climate is putting downward pressure on residents in Burma’s Dry Zone, where farming families stretch back generations.
With a climate-change denier soon to move into the White House, China is now in a position to become the global leader on the issue.
Residents of the capital Loikaw say that many are without water for the first time, as wells run dry in an area not usually prone to drought.
Hundreds of villages across Burma suffered dire water shortages last year, with pressure set to increase when El Niño hits the peak of its cycle.