Proposed flows by researchers to green-up dams in the Lower Mekong are seen as infeasible and devastating to fisheries.
Hydropower development fuels ethnic minority grievances over indigenous land rights.
Ignoring cross border impacts of large infrastructure projects will spark conflict along rivers.
Will the delay to the Pak Beng dam in Laos on the Mekong lead to a wider review of hydropower plans on the river?
China’s growing control over the Mekong is a crucial component of immobilising sovereignty in mainland Southeast Asia.
China to coordinate remote sensing along the Mekong River with countries from Asia and Oceania
One major recommendation: Topreserve the mainstems of the country’s key rivers – including the Ayeyarwady, Thanlwin and Chindwin among others
Government-commissioned report says proposed site at Sambor reach is the ‘worst possible place’ for hydropower due to impact on wildlife
Video report of one dam resettlement village that appears to meet government’s expectations
Water quality in the Sesan, Srepok and Sekong rivers threatens livelihood of 3.4 million people in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.