skip to Main Content

Video Report on the Roundtable on Mekong Dams

A news report by VTC about the policy roundtable "Mainstream Mekong Dams: Implications on Livelihoods, Food Security and Regional Stability" organized by PanNature and the Institute of Legislative Studies (a research body of the National Assembly of Vietnam) on 4th…

Mekong conundrum: does dammed mean damned?

The roaring currents of the Mekong have long enchanted travellers, inspired explorers and sustained about 65 million people living off the world's largest freshwater fisheries. But environmentalists warn that the "Amazon of Asia" - the river with the second-richest biodiversity in the world - is under dire threat from hydropower dams, including the latest to be proposed: the Xayaburi dam in Laos.

Mekong Tipping Point – Vietnamese Version

This is the Vietnamese version of the 9 minute video analyzes the likely impact of building further dams along the mainstream Mekong dam in Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Featuring Dr. Richard Cronin, Director of the Southeast Asia program at…

Back To Top