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Water’s Fundamental Truths: Part 3 – Is water governance coming of age?

Our planetary water systems involves not just tackling risks and building resilience for human societies, but also assuming greater responsibility towards the planet as a whole.

Bangkok Tribune: Strengthening pathways for rights-based livelihood adaptation in Mekong hydropower development

On the occasion of World Water Day on March 22, Diana Suhardiman writes about a “rights-based approach” to Mekong hydropower development that tries to ensure local communities just outcomes, as hydropower development continues to be promoted among the Mekong countries especially in Lao PDR.

Navigating the road to socially inclusive hydropower

Asia Times opinion article reports insights from new research in Nepal.

$75 billion of water investments lost to corruption annually

Mismanagement threatens SDGs, says new report.

Dealing with land loss in Laos

Why some farmers thrive and others fail.

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