Thailand’s last free-flowing Mekong River tributary is losing valuable fish species due to the mainstream dams.
Court dismissal of Xayaburi dam lawsuit highlights the need to strengthen accountability of cross-border investments.
People who once relied on the Mekong for their livelihood can no longer depend on it and are looking elsewhere to make a living.
The Laos government’s response to July’s deadly dam collapse was not enough. Socheata Sim, programme manager for Oxfam’s Mekong Regional Water Governance Program, explains why.
An abundance of cheap power from China could stall Laos’ plans to become the “battery of Southeast Asia.”
They emphasised the importance of management of the Mekong River to ensure balance between economic growth and environmental protection.
Myth-busting on the Mekong’s hydropower dams