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Expert Commentary on the ‘Review of Design Changes Made for the Xayaburi Hydropower Project’

In this report, International Rivers commissioned two experts to provide comments on the Mekong River Commission’s ‘Review of Design Changes...
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Report | Reckless Endangerment: Assessing Responsibility for the Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy Dam Collapse

One year after the tragic collapse of an auxiliary dam of the Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy Hydropower Project in Laos, this...
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Report | Strategic Environmental Assessment of the Myanmar Hydropower Sector: Discussion Brief

This brief introduces the Strategic Environmental Assessment of the Myanmar Hydropower Sector and seeks to generate dialogue, including around the...
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Catalyzing A Renewable Energy Transformation: Lessons learned from Multilateral Development Banks

A clean energy transformation is urgently needed to mitigate worst impacts of climate change and deliver power to the millions...
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Renewable Riches: How Wind and Solar Can Power DRC and South Africa

International Rivers’ new study, “Renewable Riches,” has found that the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is endowed with abundant wind...
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Briefing on Pak Beng Dam Lawsuit

On 8 June 2017, Mekong communities in Thailand – represented by the Rak Chiang Khong Group – filed a lawsuit...
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In Debt and In The Dark: Unpacking the Economics of DRC’s Proposed Inga 3 Dam

“In Debt and In The Dark” is the first in-depth assessment of the economics of the proposed 4,800 MW Inga...
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Nu River Conservation Studies: Biodiversity, Management, and Hydropower Development

The Nu/Salween River originates in the Tibetan plateau and flows south through Thailand and Burma before emptying into the Andaman...
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Ocekadi: Hydroelectric Dams, Socio-Environmental Conflicts, and Resistance in the Tapajós Basin

In the language of Brazil’s indigenous Munduruku people, “Ocekadi” means “the river of our place.” It is their name for...