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By Mingkhawan Thuemor, Decha Khambaomueang and Tipakson Manpati |
By Kornkritch Somjittranukit |
<div>Dams constructed by Chinese government along the Mekong river are forcing villagers in Ubon Ratchathani into lives of uncertainty, even as they reap no benefits from the dams themselves. &nbsp;</div> <div> </div>
By Kornkritch Somjittranukit |
<div> <div>China has controlled the water level in the Mekong for more than two decades and it is ruining local people’s way of life in the downstream countries, says civil society.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>China released water from a dam in Yunnan inside China claiming that this policy aims to ease drought among Mekong downstream countries <a href="">(further detail)</a>. </div></div>
By The Network of Thai People in Eight Mekong Provnices |
<div>Leaders of 6 Mekong Countries Must Listen to the People!</div> <div>Listen to Downstream Communities.&nbsp;</div> <div>Stop All Mekong Dams.&nbsp;</div> <div>Implement Transboundary Impacts Studies.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>23 March 2016</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Mekong River is the mother of lives and the giver of local economies in 8 provinces of Thailand, from the Golden Triangle in Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai Province to Chiang Khan, Loei Province and Khong Chiam, Ubonratchatani </div>
By Mekong Partnership for the Environment |
<div>HANOI, May 14, 2015 – In a ground-breaking agreement, government officials and civil society representatives from across the Mekong region established a working group to develop a regional public participation guideline for Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) this week in Hanoi, Vietnam.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>The Mekong Regional Technical Working Group for EIA brings together governments, civil society organizations (CSOs), and will expand to cover private sector and EIA experts to improve regional cooperation for effective EIA policy and practices. </div>
By Hoang Duong Thien |
<div>Can Tho - Vietnamese civil society groups gathered in preparation for an upcoming official public consultation about the Don Sahong dam in Lao. </div>
By Save the Mekong Coalition |
<p>On 1 Dec, the final day of the Mekong River Commission&rsquo;s (MRC) call for public submissions to its Strategic Environmental Assessment on the Mekong mainstream dams, the Save the Mekong Coalition sent a letter to the Chairpersons of the National Mekong Committees (NMCs) of Lao PDR, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, urging for a strong and trusted consultative process at the national and local level on development options for the river, which guarantees the participation of all riparian communities who would be affected by the eleven dams proposed on the lower Mekong mainstream.</p>