Salween rally calls on Burma’s neighbors to halt dam plans
Monday, 15 March 2010 10:03
Hundreds of villagers from both Burma and Thailand joined affected peoples from around the world in marking International Day of Action for Rivers yesterday as plans by China, Thailand and India steam ahead to dam all of Burma’s major rivers.
51 groups from Burma urge Thailand to stop building dams in Salween war zones
Monday, 19 October 2009 09:08
Press Release On Salween Dams
Fifty one civil society organizations from Burma today submitted a petition to the Thai government at the ASEAN People’s Forum demanding an immediate halt to dam plans on the Salween River to avoid being drawn into Burma’s escalating civil war.
Renewed fighting and refugee influx a wake-up call to Chinese dam-builders
Burma Army clashes with Kokang at site of planned Upper Salween Dam
Shan activists are calling on China to immediately halt all investment in dams on the Salween River following the recent heavy fighting between the Burmese military regime and the Kokang ceasefire army near the site of the Upper Salween Dam planned by Chinese companies in northern Shan State.
report reveals human costs of planned Salween mega-dam in war-torn Shan State