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3S rivers under threat: understating new threats and challenges from hydropower development to biodiversity and community rights in the 3S River Basin

1st April 2012

Topic(s): Renewables, Hydroelectricity

This report, authored by Mark Grimsditch and co-launched by The 3S Rivers Protection Network and International Rivers, takes stock of the past problems with hydropower development in the Sesan, Srepok, and Sekong (3S) Rivers Basin. It maps out the policies, agendas, and actors shaping the region’s hydropower development, in order to fill information gaps and promote discussion about the future of the 3S rivers and the people who depend on the basin’s resources.

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3S rivers under threat: understating new threats and challenges from hydropower development to biodiversity and community rights in the 3S River Basin

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