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Trouble on the Theun-Hinboun

A Field Report on the Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects of the Nam Theun-Hinboun Hydropower Project in Laos This landmark publication...
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World Bank Urged to Quit Lao Dam Following Thai Crash and Critical Independent Review

Non-government organizations today called on the World Bank to reconsider its plan to support the Nam Theun 2 dam in...
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Earthquakes Triggered by Africa's Katse Dam Force Families to Abandon Damaged Village

Earthquakes caused by the filling of a huge reservoir in the southern African country of Lesotho have terrified local people...
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Review of Economic Impact Study: Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project

An independent review of the “Economic Impact Study of Nam Theun 2 Dam Project” prepared by Louis Berger International, Inc....
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Independent Review of the 1997 NT2 Environmental Assessment and Management Plan (EAMP)

The document entitled Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project Environmental Assessment and Management Plan (EAMP) – Draft Final Report 1997 has...
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Letter to World Bank Executive Director Regarding Nam Theun 2 Concerns

Jan Piercy Executive Director World Bank 1818 H St., NW Washington, D.C. Dear Ms. Piercy, Thank you for meeting with...
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Consultant Reveals Financial Risks of Lao Dam: Nam Theun 2 Could Prove Liability for Lao Government

The Nam Theun 2 Dam in Laos is likely to cost significantly more and yield significantly lower revenues than claimed...
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Letter to World Bank Citing Concerns about Nam Theun 2

Ms Rebecca B. Hall Country Officer Country Department 1 East Asia and Pacific Region World Bank 1818 H. Street, NW...
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River Dolphins: Can They Be Saved?

River dolphins are small, aquatic mammals which belong to the order Cetacea. Scientists today classify river dolphins as endangered species...