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People’s Power: Anti-Dam Movements in Southeast Asia

For more than two decades, communities in Southeast Asia have been facing threats from the expansion of hydropower development. Dams have been justified by the governments of Southeast Asian countries as the main development agenda, which would generate large amounts of income and contribute to ...

Wora Suk

Mekong Dam Could Choke China’s Last Rainforest

“It’s like a haircut that has gone awry in the hands of an absent-minded barber.” That’s how many locals described the environmental scars that have been left by construction of the Huilongshan Hydropower Station inside a tropical rainforest in southwestern China’s Yunnan province since October 2015. Keep ...

Du Caicai & Li Rongde

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