Tag: Water-Energy-Food Nexus Training

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

The royal city of Angkor was unique. A complex system of irrigation channels and reservoirs enabled intensive rice cultivation that […]
November 19, 2020
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How Bangkok stopped sinking—and what the Mekong Delta could learn

In the 1980s, the city of Bangkok, Thailand, was sinking at a rate of 10 cm a year. Rapid development […]
October 2, 2020
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Introduction to Groundwater Management Roles in Addressing Salinity Intrusion and Land Subsidence in the Mekong Delta

See the full agenda and speaker bibliographies here and download all presentations here. Research and studies have found that over-extraction […]
September 8, 2020
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US, Viet Nam experts discuss drought and salinity management

The Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership (SIP) and its partners launched the first Mekong Virtual Symposium today, focusing on issues of drought […]
July 15, 2020
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In Lao PDR, managing crucial groundwater resources is an international team effort

SAVANNAKHET, LAO PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC It’s a cloudy day in the late July rainy season in Savannakhet, a province in […]
September 12, 2019
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Expert Training Workshop: Cumulative Impact Assessment On Lower Mekong Regional Water And Energy Infrastructure Development And Planning

Rapid development in large-scale water and energy infrastructure has resulted in an increase in the demand for cumulative impact assessment […]
August 20, 2019
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