hide message

Welcome to the Resource Centre

We make it our mission to work with advocates in civil society, business and government to address inequalities of power, seek remedy for abuse, and ensure protection of people and planet.

Both companies and impacted communities thank us for the resources and support we provide.

This is only possible because of your support. Please make a donation today.

Thank you,
Phil Bloomer, Executive Director

Donate now hide message

Search Results

1 contracts match your search keywordsshow

Your search returned 136 results. You are on page 9 of 14.

21 May 2013

In Meeting with NLD, Myitsone Investor Says It Hopes to Restart Project [Myanmar]

Author: Kyaw Phyo Tha, Irrawaddy (Myanmar)

The main investor in the controversial Myitsone hydropower dam in Kachin State has expressed a desire to restart the suspended project, according to members of a National League for Democracy (NLD) delegation that traveled to China…NLD Central...

Read more

21 May 2013

China Power Investment tells National League for Democracy delegation it wants to restart Myitsone Dam project in Myanmar, suspended over environmental concerns

See full story

16 May 2013

Shanghai battery factory canceled over protest [China]

Author: Wang Zhenghua, China Daily

A Shanghai battery maker has given in to public pressure and canceled its plans for a new lithium battery factory in the city's Songjiang district. Shanghai Guoxuan New Energy [part of Hefei Guoxuan High-tech Power Energy] said…it had withdrawn its...

Read more

20 March 2012

Burma Army Tells Locals to Leave Myitsone Area

Author: Saw Yan Naing, The Irrawaddy

Burmese authorities have told hundreds of villagers living near the site of the suspended Myitsone hydropower dam project in Kachin State to leave the area within 10 days or face the consequences, according to a local group monitoring the project. In...

Read more

10 March 2012

Chinese officials call on Myanmar to restart suspended $3.6 billion power dam project

Author: Associated Press

Chinese officials have urged Myanmar’s government to restart a Chinese-backed multibillion-dollar power dam project that was suspended apparently without notice last year...The project had drawn protests from ethnic and environmental groups, and the...

Read more

29 February 2012

China’s charity role along Burmese pipelines route praised

Author: Mizzima News

China’s role in the creation of the Sino-Burma oil and natural gas pipelines was praised by Burma’s vice president this week, particularly China’s charity contributions in the project areas...Tin Aung Myint Oo thanked the Chinese companies for...

Read more

27 February 2012

Myitsone evictees begin returning home [Burma]

Author: Nay Thwin, Democratic Voice of Burma

Villagers who were among nearly 1,000 families in Kachin state forced to relocate to make way for the Myitsone dam have begun returning home, more than five months after Burmese President Thein Sein announced a suspension of the project...The...

Read more

22 December 2011

No deaths in S China power plant protests

Author: Xinhua [China]

…[V]illagers from…Haimen…gathered again…to protest [a planned power plant over pollution concerns]…"No one has died since the incident took place," [dismissing media reports] Chen Xinzao, secretary of the CPC [Communist Party of China] Chaoyang...

Read more

30 November 2011

Clinton in Myanmar May Augur Opening After Apple, Pepsi Exit

Author: Daniel Ten Kate, Bloomberg [USA]

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s arrival...in Myanmar may give Western companies an opening to return to the former dictatorship...Until now neighboring China, India and Thailand have accounted for most of the investment into Myanmar, pouring more...

Read more

7 November 2011

Chinese-funded hydropower project sparks anger in Burma

Author: Andrew Higgens, Washington Post [USA]

...China has hunted far and wide in recent years for sources of power — and of profit — for state-owned corporate behemoths such as CPI. The result is a web of deals with often-repressive regimes...Amid a dramatic...opening in Burma after decades of...

Read more