SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERSHIP

Building Mekong capacity to manage environmental change

The Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership collaborates with academic and government agencies to improve skills and deliver tools for studying, monitoring and planning for wise use of Mekong water resources.

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CAPACITY BUILDING FOR MEKONG MANAGERS

Gaining the knowledge to manage water, energy, and food systems
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MEKONG WATER DATA INITIATIVE

Sharing data for planning and forecasting through our changing environment
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LATEST NEWS

Investigating energy alternatives to hydropower

February 8, 2021

Capacity building during the COVID-19 pandemic

January 29, 2021

Is the Tonle Sap in Crisis? Learning the Lessons of History

November 19, 2020

Using more renewable energy in Thailand could save the Mekong and Salween rivers

October 12, 2020

How Bangkok stopped sinking—and what the Mekong Delta could learn

October 2, 2020

Monitoring the Mekong drought

July 31, 2020

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The Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership is implemented by Pact as part of the Mekong-U.S. Partnership, building on the work of the earlier Lower Mekong Initiative.

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