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Press Release | Tragic Trade-Offs of Mekong Hydropower

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today, International Rivers releases a new factsheet, Tragic Trade-Offs: The MRC Council Study and the Impacts of Hydropower...
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Press Release: Women leaders unite in shared struggle to protect rivers, confront patriarchy

Photos by International Rivers NAGARKOT, NEPAL – The world’s largest hydropower scheme has yet to launch in the Democratic Republic...
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Our Rivers, Our Water Future: International Rivers' 2018-2022 Strategic Plan

Crossing the Thai-Burma border on the Salween River Pai Deetes, International Rivers Read the full 2018-2022 Strategic Plan here. Water...
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Lives lost and more under threat in the wake of Colombia’s largest dam crisis

To provide immediate assistance to Ríos Vivos and community activists on the ground, visit Ríos Vivos Colombia.  A convergence of forces...
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Alternative World Water Forum: Strengthening Alliances to Protect Water, Life and Human Rights

FAMA plenary session Photo credit: Todd Southgate From March 17th to 22nd, thousands of activists from over 30 countries gathered...
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Goldman Prize Winner Nguy Thi Khanh: Catalyzing a Clean Energy Transformation in Vietnam

This week, as Vietnamese environmental activist Nguy Thi Khanh is honored with a Goldman Environmental Prize, we reflect on her...
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Lawyer Murdered for Supporting Honduran River Defenders

The Latin American television network teleSUR is reporting that another Honduran river defender has been murdered. Carlos Hernández The lawyer...
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NGOs Denounce Tapajós Basin Intimidation, Violence, Brazil Inaction | Mongabay

 Published originally in Mongabay on April 4th, 2018 Thirty-eight national and international civil society organizations (CSOs), including social movements and...
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Women Must Be Central to Decisions on Hydropower in Myanmar I Asia Times

Busy morning on the Salween on the Thailand-Myanmar border as women sell their products from riverbank gardens. International Rivers This...