River at Risk, Lower Mekong Basin conference concludes

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More than three dozen internationally respected scientists, development experts, civil society advocates and current and former officials concluded two and a half days of discussions last Saturday aimed at finding solutions to competing and mutually exclusive uses of one of Asia’s most important water resources. The workshop held in in Chiang Rai, Thailand was organized by the Stimson Center and the Institute for the Study of Natural Resources and Environmental Management (NREM) of Mae Fah Luang University. Dr. Richard Cronin discusses the goals of the workshop.


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