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For nearly three decades, International Rivers has been at the forefront of research and communications on issues surrounding large dams and their impact on rivers and communities.

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PR | Expert report: Proposed gold mine in Brazilian Amazon presents unacceptable risk

  Hydrogeologist recommends that Canadian company Belo Sun’s license be revoked. (Altamira, Brazil, June 17, 2020) An expert study released...
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Press Release | Thai Mekong communities submit evidence of impacts in Xayaburi lawsuit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today, the Network of Thai People in Eight Mekong Provinces submits additional evidence to the Thai Supreme...
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Solidarity and call to action on racial justice in the United States of America

  Photo: New York City protestors for Black Lives Matter | Photo by: Reuters/Darren Ornitz   THEY WERE BRUTALLY MURDERED...
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Save the Mekong Statement l The Mekong needs just energy transitions, not more destructive dams

On 11 May, the Mekong River Commission (MRC) announced that the proposed Sanakham hydropower project in Laos will undergo the...
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Covid-19 Impacts in the Amazon and Patagonia | Crisis to Opportunities Series

The global COVID-19 crisis has shed a light on the deep-seated inequities in the way our rivers and the people...
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Covid-19 Impacts in the Mekong Region | Crisis to Opportunities Series

The global Covid-19 crisis has shed a light on the deep-seated inequities in the way our rivers and the people...
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From Crisis to Opportunity: COVID-19 and the Future of our Rivers

The global COVID-19 crisis has shed a light on the deep seated inequities in the way our rivers and the...
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From Crisis to Opportunity: COVID-19 and the Future of our Rivers

In response to current challenges facing rivers and our partners working in river dependent communities, International Rivers is organizing a...
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Belo Sun signals a restart, but controversial gold mining project in the Amazon remains suspended by three court decisions

On April 24th, the Canadian mining company Belo Sun released a corporate statement on its website claiming that it “successfully completed” the indigenous...
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Staying safe, informed and active: Setting a new future for freshwater and rivers

The questions on everyone’s minds are: How will we weather this pandemic? As we are all concerned for family and...