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  • The river ‘is not for sale’ warn Mekong villages

    The locals of Chiang Rai in northern Thailand describe their lives as “three days of fishing, two days of drying the nets”. They fish the river in the rainy season, then as the ...

  • Mekong Basin

    This is an archived webpage on the Mekong River.

  • Physiography

    This is an archived webpage on the physiography of the Mekong River.

  • State of Knowledge: Women and Rivers in the Mekong Region

    This State of Knowledge: Women and Rivers in the Mekong Region highlights women’s contributions - both actual and potential - to better governance, social, and environmental out...

  • New study shows significant impact of Chinese dams on Mekong

    This is an archived webpage showing an article on the downstream impacts of dams on the Mekong River mainstream.

  • China and the Geopolitics of the Mekong River Basin

    This is an archived webpage of an article on the geopolitics of the Mekong River.

  • A brief history of Lancang-Mekong cooperation

    This is an archived webpage showing the history of Lancang Mekong Cooperation.

  • MRC: Basin Planning

    This is an archived webpage discussing MRC's approach to basin planning.

  • The Mekong River Commission: Does it work, and how does the Mekong Basin’s geography influence its effectiveness?

    This article assesses the effectiveness of the Mekong River Commission, its impact on the policies of its members, Thailand, Lao PDR, Cambodia and Viet Nam, and their engagement...

  • The effects of hydropower dams on the hydrology of the Mekong Basin

    A research paper by Hecht, J. and Lacombe, G on The effects of hydropower dams on the hydrology of the Mekong Basin published in 2014 by CGIAR Research Program - WLE Greater Mek...

  • Evidence of water quality degradation in Lower Mekong Basin revealed by self organizing map

    A report analysis by Ratha Chea, Gaël Grenouillet, Sovan Lek on evidence of water quality degradation in Lower Mekong Basin revealed by self organizing map, published in the Low...

  • Migrating fish and mobile knowledge: situated fishers knowledge and social networks in the lower Mekong River Basin in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia

    Various terms are used to characterize fishers knowledge. Here we use situated fishers knowledge to refer to knowledge about long-distance fish migrations held by ethnic Lao fis...

  • Nam ou river basin profile: summary document

    The Nam Ou Basin Profile is a collective effort among various stakeholders at the central, provincial, district, and village levels. The main objective of the Nam Ou River Basin...

  • Rapid socio-economic and hydrological assessment of Prey Lang forest

    Rapid socio-economic and hydrological assessment of Prey Lang forest identifies the three principle components of focus: socio-economics, hydrology and the Prey Lang forest. The...

  • Power Surge: The Impacts of Rapid Dam Development in Laos - An International Rivers Report

    This report presents the challenges that hydropower development poses to rural livelihoods and fragile ecosystems, and details the specific impacts caused by Lao dam projects. I...

  • Xayaburi Dam: How Laos violated the 1995 Mekong Agreement

    This report challenges the claim of the Laos Government that the Xayaburi Dam fully complied with the Mekong Agreement. The authors examine the language of the Mekong Agreement ...

  • Impact of climate change on sediment yield in the Mekong River basin: a case study of the Nam Ou basin, Lao PDR

    This paper evaluates the impact of climate change on sediment yield in the Nam Ou basin, northern Laos. Future climate (temperature and precipitation) from four general circulat...

  • Viet Nam: Hydro-Economic Framework for Assessing Water Sector Challenges

    Vietnam is experiencing increasing variability in water availability across regions and seasons. Mitigating against the impacts of such changes requires a thorough assessment of...

  • The people and their river, the World Bank and its Dam: Revisiting the Xe bang fai river in Laos

    According to the World Bank, ‘[NT2] demonstrates that hydro power projects can be designed and implemented to deliver sustainable outcomes through state-of-the-art environment...

  • Minutes of 1st 7L Sekong Basin Sub-Area meeting

    Meeting minutes of the first meeting of the 7L Sekong Basin Sub-Area committee meeting, including discussion of plans to reduce poverty within and sustainably develop the basin ...

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