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MPE.  2017.  Guidelines on Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessment in the Mekong Region. Mekong Partnership for the Environment, Pact. :65p.. (844.86 KB)
Yu, Geheb.  2017.  Hydropower Environmental Mitigation Measures on the Lancang River. State of Knowledge Series 8, WLE Greater Mekong. (July):12p. (491.15 KB)
MPE.  2017.  Making the Case: Effective Public Participation is Good for Business in the Mekong Region. Mekong Partnership for the Environment, Pact. (February):52p.. (1.1 MB)
IDI.  2017.  Reckless Development: The IFC’s Dodgy Deals in Southeast Asia. Outsourcing Development: Lifting the Veil on the World Bank Group’s Lending Through Financial Intermediaries (Part 3). (March):16p.. (579.64 KB)
IDI.  2017.  Safeguarding People and the Environment in Chinese Investments: A Guide for Community Advocates. :98p. (1.63 MB)
Yeophantong.  2016.  China's Dam Diplomacy in the Mekong Region: Three Game Changers. Water Governance Dynamics in the Mekong Region. :123-146.
Boer, Hirsch, Johns, Saul, Scurrah.  2016.  Contesting a River Basin: Civil Society's Legal Strategies. The Mekong: A Social-legal Approach to River Basin Development. :165-186.
Bugalski.  2016.  The Demise of Accountability at the World Bank? American University International Law Review. 31(1):1-7. (363.31 KB)
Harris.  2016.  Diverted Justice: The Lower Sesan 2 Dam and the Role of Law in Cambodian Hydropower Development. Water Governance Dynamics in the Mekong Region. :91-120.
IDI.  2016.  Making Inroads: Chinese Infrastructure Investment in ASEAN and Beyond. :70p.. (1.34 MB)
Middleton.  2016.  Private Dams, Public Interest in Mainland Southeast Asia: Hydropower Governance in a Beyond-Aid Political Economy. Paper presented at Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia (TRaNS) Conference on: Exploring 'beyond aid' agenda through Southeast Asia's rapidly changing development landscape, Sogang Institute for East Asian Studies, 27-28 May 2016. :25p.. (323.38 KB)
Lebel, Lebel, Chitmanat, Sriyasak.  2014.  Benefit Sharing from Hydropower Watersheds: Rationales, Practices, and Potential. Water Resources and Rural Development. 4(October):12-28.
IR.  2014.  Dam Standards: A Rights-Based Approach - A Guidebook for Civil Society. International Rivers (IR). (January):90p.. (1.19 MB)
Suhardiman, Giordano.  2014.  Legal Plurality: An Analysis of Power Interplay in Mekong Hydropower. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 104(5):973-988.
Merme, Ahlers, Gupta.  2014.  Private equity, public affair: Hydropower financing in the Mekong Basin. Global Environmental Change. 24(1):20-29.
Skinner, Haas.  2014.  Watered Down? A Review of Social and Environmental Safeguards for Large Dam Projects International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). :128p.. (1.42 MB)
IR.  2014.  World Rivers Review: Special Focus on the Mekong. International Rivers (IR). 29(4):16p.. (612.56 KB)