Stories that bring together research partners.
Dam-building continues unabated in the Mekong River’s mainstream and tributaries in Lao PDR. SUMERNET’s Mekong experts wrote this article in the Bangkok Tribune. Please follow the link below to read the full piece.
This piece is based on the survey results from VOICES project looking at COVID-19 and water insecurity.
The impacts of COVID-19 to access of clean drinking water in Chiang Mai residents
Our analysis of the SUMERNET website shows younger people in the Mekong region read and engage with our website on a regular basis for our stories and multimedia.
On the occasion of World Environment Day on 5th June this year, we highlight one of our SUMERNET projects that is trialing an innovative agricultural water-saving technique in Vietnam.
SUMERNET youth network is organizing a webinar on innovative research methods
Sustainable Mekong Research Network (SUMERNET) is providing eight grants worth up to US$2,800 to selected journalists in the Mekong Region for environmental reporting.
A compilation of all SUMERNET online trainings in 2020 done by SUMERNET.
Reflection from SUMERNET's early-career researchers on building a youth network
SUMERNET research partners, Karen Delfau and Dr. Kanokwan Manorom, reflect on the process of co-creating a local curriculum to support the better integration of knowledge.
For World Water Day, we highlight our seven short films focusing on climate risks and water insecurity in the Mekong Region
Chayanis Krittasudthacheewa talks about water insecurity and the SUMERNET programme