Representatives of Vietnam said the Lao government should consider halting the Luang Prabang Dam and instead focus on renewable energy.
Saline intrusion occurred in complicated manner (earlier, deeper intruding, and ranging), especially in combination with the sophisticated tidal flooding situation.
The Thai cabinet decided “to stop the project” after Beijing failed to stump up the money for further surveys of the area to be dredged.
“It shows that we lack measures to manage pollution and protect the heritage.”
University of Copenhagen assisted in writing the report that found between 2001 and 2018, 41,758ha were lost-10% of the Prey Lang forest.
The project left hundreds of Cambodians, many from indigenous communities, locked in land disputes.