Dozens of projects threaten agriculture and fishing in Southeast Asia
The vast Tonle Sap Lake is Southeast Asia’s largest. Now, the country is trying to stop the loss of its lifeblood: the fish that thrive in these waters.
China’s participation key to minimising losses from Mekong dams, says head of Mekong River Commission Pham Tuan Phan
Irrawaddy dolphins may be making a comeback in Cambodia, are under increasing threat of extinction in neighboring Laos.
Population estimates show uptick for the first time in 20 years.
Asking the Mekong River what she thinks of our behavior toward her and toward ourselves.
A new generation of parents are experiencing more difficulties than ever to survive on the river.
Calls into question the financial viability of major hydo-electric dams in the Mekong basin.
As new data emerge on the real potential economic and environmental costs of large dams, countries in the region are beginning to show some tentative signs of rethinking their options.
The Cambodian village of Kbal Romeas is slowly vanishing beneath the rising waters of a lake formed by the Lower Sesan II (LS2) dam.