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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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Day of Action for Rivers 2020: Resilient Hope in Uncertain Times

This March 14, International Day of Action for Rivers, thousands of river stewards, defenders, and allies took action both in...
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2019 Impact Statement: A Voice for Rivers Under Threat

The future of our waterways is uncertain as ever. As climate change escalates the frequency and scale of extreme weather...
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265 Civil Society Groups Call on Chinese Authorities to Ensure that Covid-19 Financial Relief Does Not Bail Out Harmful Projects

  April 30, 2020 – Today, International Rivers joined 265 civil society groups around the world in calling upon the Chinese...
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For Hasankeyf the Bell Tolls | Guest blog by Gokce Sencan

Introduction  Gokce Sencan, a Turkish water policy researcher based in California, shares the experience from her recent visit to the...
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Victory on the Upper Mekong: Thai Cabinet Terminates Rapids Blasting Project

In a momentous win for the Mekong River, this week the Thai Cabinet formally called for cancellation of the Lancang-Mekong...
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Restoring the Klamath: What we're learning from the largest dam removal project in history

Photo above from Komo News. Caption and credit: FILE – In the May 30, 2013, file photo, Jene McCovey, an elder...
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Understanding the Crisis of Deforestation and Burning in the Amazon

COP 25: Read the civil society declaration on the crisis of deforestation and burning in the Brazilian Amazon In December...
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Press Release | Brazilian activists launch joint statement at COP 25 on crisis of deforestation and burning in the Amazon

Document signed by over 100 civil society organizations and endorsed by members of Congress sharply criticizes Bolsonaro government, calls for...
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Press Release | World's largest hydro companies persist in failing the environment, community rights

Chinese corporations dominate hydro industry, fall short of meeting accepted international standards. OAKLAND, CA  – A new report by International Rivers finds...