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The Mekong River and her people are in jeopardy, as the government of Laos is barreling ahead with plans to build the Don Sahong Dam.

World Rivers Review

The December 2014 issue of World Rivers Review pulls together a number of Mekong experts to explore the implications of the dam boom on the river and its people. 

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As we near the end of our 2014 Year-End fundraising, we'd like to give a big thanks to all of our supporters for an exciting and successful end of the year. We raised just over $142,000, allowing us to continue supporting important...
The Inner Niger Delta in Mali is one of Africa’s largest wetlands, a verdant and biologically rich area bordering the Sahara Desert. In addition to hosting millions of migratory birds from...
India Rivers Week was held November 24-27, 2014 at the WWF-India campus in New Delhi. A first of its kind gathering of more than 100 river activists working to protect, conserve and...
In November last year, International Rivers’ team in South Asia and the Legal Initiative for Forests & Environment (LIFE) organized a two-day knowledge-sharing workshop to discuss the...

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At today's meeting of the MRC Joint Committee, Mekong governments were unable to reach a common agreement on how to proceed with the Don Sahong Dam and deferred the decision to a Ministeria...
German Technology Giant Confronted With Proof of Wrongdoing at Annual Shareholder Meeting Munich, Germany: Dozens of protestors from a coalition of German and international...
The charade over whether to proceed with Don Sahong Dam, the second Mekong mainstream hydropower project near the Laotian-Cambodian border, will soon reach a defining moment.
Today International Rivers announces that Jason Rainey will step down as Executive Director on March 1, 2015. “It’s been a great honor to serve with such a highly respected and singularly...

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