Hanoi has markedly increased the extraction of groundwater to satisfy its steadily increasing water demand; this showed to be the main trigger for arsenic pollution in the aquifer.
Water shortages remain a huge problem for the Southeast Asian country.
First report to provide an in-depth study of the challenges facing Cambodia on climate change and the input of relevant institutions in helping tackle it.
The Kbal Hong ladder is considered one of the most effective fish passages in the Mekong region and stands as an example of effective regional collaboration.
The only major investment agreements signed were related to Kyaukphyu, which has been scaled back to $1.3 billion.
For the first time, researchers have mapped the impact of current and future river dams on fish habitats worldwide.
The LMC has provided China and Cambodia with the opportunity to bypass obligations and bilaterally construct the Sambor Dam in Cambodia.
Thailand faces a host of interrelated challenges facing amidst dramatically changing demographics.
In the face of environmental destruction and threats to livelihoods, a new dam project is being pushed through in Laos.
The Mekong represents a key test case as it is home to perhaps the highest profile conflicts over hydropower development today.