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The Threat of Environmental Corruption via Huge Dam Projects

A Memorandum to the World Bank on the proposed Bujagali falls projectby Ugandan NGOs. Dr. R.J. A. Goodland, Environmental Advisor...
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Strangling the Mekong

Newsweek, March 19, 2001, Atlantic Edition SECTION: ASIA; Pg. 26 HEADLINE: Strangling the Mekong BYLINE: By Ron Moreau and Richard...
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The invisible costs of the Salween dam project

Article from The Nation: A special Op-Editorial Pianporn Deetes is a campaigner for the Living River Siam-Southeast Asia Rivers Network....
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Northeast Villagers Meet To Air Grievances About Vietnamese Dams

Article from The Cambodia Daily The Sesan River in Ratanakkiri province has flooded and receded for several years due to...
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Villagers Continue to Suffer Livelihood Losses from Theun-Hinboun Dam in Laos

Letter from IRN to Theun-Hinboun Power Company (THPC) General Manager, Alex Sanford, raising concerns about flooding impacts from the Theun-Hinboun...
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Damming Burma’s War Zone: Proposed Salween Dams Cement Military Control Over Ethnic Peoples

The Salween River – Southeast Asia’s longest undammed river – supports a wealth of biological and cultural diversity. Its rich...
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Nam Theun 2 Studies Miss the Boat

Project Documents Mask Flaws in World Bank Project A series of technical reviews by independent experts for the Nam Theun...
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Independent Technical Review: NT2 Resettlement Plan and Proposed Livelihood Options

IRN and Environmental Defense commissioned two experts to review the resettlement plan and the viability of the various livelihood options...
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World Bank, ADB Appeal for Blind Faith While Turning Back on Problems With Lao Dams

Over the last month, the World Bank and Asian Development Bank (ADB) laid out their case for why the international...
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The Forgotten Victims of the Nam Leuk Dam in Laos

Villagers living downstream of Nam Leuk Dam continue to suffer loss of fisheries and water quality problems as a result...