SEI is developing a provincial-level gender inequality index for Cambodia and Vietnam for better analysis of gender gaps and vulnerabilities in the Mekong Region.
Each year, during China’s rainy season, downstream nations are on high alert as Chinese dams release water to ease pressure with little warning.
To address the impacts of drought, salinity intrusion, and flooding in rice production in the Mekong River Delta, a participatory climate-related risk mapping was conducted to develop adaptive measures.
The oceans are spewing up what one of the world’s biggest plastic polluters is dumping into them, and it’s not pretty.
The Bunong and Lao people place spiritual significance on the forests and ancestral burial grounds which will be flooded when the dam goes online.
Arguments in favour to build one of the region’s largest industrial zones at Dawei are deeply flawed, and vastly outweighed by its potential for social and environmental damage.
A peaceful sit-in protest against a coal-fired power project has drawn attention to the “flaws in state development planning”.
The Mekong River Commission just completed a Regional Workshop as part of a 7-year, 5.1-million Euro pilot project aimed at showcasing best practice in sustainable watershed management.
For five years communities in Cambodia’s Svay Ring province have waited for electricity, but all they’ve received are transmission lines.
Reporters talk with two citizens who have installed solar panels in their homes — one off the grid, the other on the grid — about what one can expect from investing in renewable energy.