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  • Bioenergy consumption and biogas potential in Cambodian households

    This article analyses residential bioenergy consumption and resources based on by-products of agricultural production and animal husbandry, based on a nationwide residential...

  • Asia in the ageing century: Part I – population trends

    This research brief is the first in a three-part series that looks at Asia in the ageing century. This briefing sets the demographic context. With a focus on the countries of...

  • New arenas of engagement at the water governance-climate finance nexus? An analysis of the boom and bust of hydropower CDM projects in Vietnam

    This article explores whether new arenas of engagement for water governance have been created and utilised following the implementation of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)...

  • Strategies of the poorest in local water conflict and cooperation – Evidence from Vietnam, Bolivia and Zambia

    This paper examines the strategies of poor households in local water conflicts, based on case study studies from Vietnam, Bolivia and Zambia. It is shown that such households...

  • Water policy dynamics under a post-Cold War communism

    This article will contextualise accounts of political intention and policy development towards water issues in Vietnam. The author examines two main empirics: the evolution of...

  • A study of the climate change impacts on fluvial flood propagation in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta

    This paper investigated the extent of the flood propagation in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta under different projected flood hydrographs, considering the 2000 flood event as the...


  • Fishing for influence: Fisheries science and evidence in water resources development in the Mekong basin

    This paper examines the models and assumptions of policy influence that have underpinned the research effort on Mekong capture fisheries, and presents alternative approaches for...

  • The changing political dynamics of dam building on the Mekong

    Since the 1950s, dam building in the Mekong river basin has been enmeshed in a complex and shifting geopolitical and eco-political landscape. The broad geopolitical sweep of US...

  • The rise and implications of the water-energy-food nexus in Southeast Asia through an environmental justice lens

    This article maps the rise of the water-energy-food 'nexus' as a research, policy and project agenda in mainland Southeast Asia. The authors argue that introducing the concept...

  • Hydraulic bureaucracy in a modern hydraulic society: Strategic group formation in the Mekong delta, Vietnam

    The last three decades have seen dramatic changes as increased hydraulic management has become the key to the development of the lower Mekong delta. This process has triggered...

  • Pockets of participation: Bureaucratic incentives and participatory irrigation management in Thailand

    A report exploring participation in water user organisations (WUOs) in Thailand, and implications for policy. Comparing nine WUOs, the author identifies factors that contribute...

  • Contributions to transformative change in Cambodia: A study on returnees as institutional entrepreneurs

    This paper explores the experiences of Cambodian French returnees who are contributing to transformative change in Cambodia as institutional entrepreneurs. In order to delve...

  • Ethnomedicinal plants used by traditional healers in Phatthalung Province, Peninsular Thailand

    The report of a project to collect ethnomedicinal data, medicinal plant tastes and relevant information from experienced Thailand’s traditional healers before they are lost....

  • Dams on Mekong tributaries as significant contributors of hydrological alterations to the Tonle Sap Floodplain in Cambodia

    This study aims to quantify how hydropower development in the Sesan, Srepok, and Sekong (3S) rivers, together with definite future (DF) plans for infrastructure development,...

  • Node and regime: Interdisciplinary analysis of water-energy-food nexus in the Mekong Region

    An article examining the findings and recommendations of a major 'nexus' research-for-development project in the Mekong region. The author begins at the standpoint that...

  • What do lawyers require to prosecute trafficking and slavery in Thailand? Guidelines from lawyers to front-line agencies

    A briefing for front-line agencies on what lawyers need to prosecute trafficking and slavery in Thailand. The briefing covers issues in rescuing victims, compiling evidence,...

  • The state of world fisheries and aquaculture, opportunities and challenges

    This status update on the world’s fisheries and aquaculture highlights the significant role they play in eliminating hunger, promoting health and reducing poverty. Part one...

  • Labor migration in the Greater Mekong Sub-region, synthesis report, phase I November 2006

    Migration has been occurring in the GMS for centuries, largely in an informal and unregulated fashion. The GMS Labor Migration program, launched in June 2005 by the World Bank,...

  • Fisheries and livelihoods in the Lower Mekong Basin: benefits and challenges of community-based participatory research

    Highlights the benefits and challenges of community-based participatory research. The presentation focuses on community fisheries and the role of fishing in the lives of many...

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