Stories that bring together research partners.
The research team studying wetlands in Vietnam and Cambodia provide a glimpse of their research methods and their project activities through blogs and short videos.
As private rubber plantations expand under the supervision of armed groups in northeastern Myanmar, village people lose their lands and are forced to migrate elsewhere to work. One woman narrates her story of how the private sector’s expansion of rubber p
SEI Asia’s work in the Chindwin River Basin was highlighted during events to commemorate World Water Day held by the Union Government of Myanmar in March 2016.
Chindwin Perspectives, a short film, provides views on environmental issues of the people living in the Chindwin River Basin in Myanmar. The video is produced by the Chindwin Futures programme of the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) Asia Centre, Bang
Stories of change from the Mekong Region: Photos exhibit and the project partners at SUMERNET 10th Anniversary meeting, Bangkok, 26 January 2016.
Inspiring stories of change from the Mekong Region will be highlighted at the tenth anniversary celebrations of the Sustainable Mekong Research Network (SUMERNET) in Bangkok.
The Mekong Region went through an unusually long and intense dry spell in 2015 attributed partly to the El Niño effect. Prominent water experts and policy advisors will explore the urgent issue of drought in the Mekong Region in the upcoming SUMERNET Annu
The SUMERNET Annual Meeting in January 2016 will be special, with the celebration of the 10th Anniversary of SUMERNET (2005 – 2015). The Annual Meeting 2016 will take the special theme of “A Decade of SUMERNET: Realising the vision of sustainable developm
In Asia and globally, the water-energy-food nexus has received growing attention from policy makers, researchers, and practitioners. Whilst the nexus as a concept seems to be gaining momentum among experts, it is also subject to scrutiny. These two short
A recent regional assessment workshop of SUMERNET looked at supporting efforts at drought management in Thailand using the Robust Decision Support (RDS) framework.
How to deal with the various pressures facing the inland fisheries of the Mekong Region especially hydropower dams on the mainstream Mekong River, was a key topic of discussion at the 2015 China-ASEAN Environmental Cooperation Forum (CAECF) held in Nannin
SUMERNET will co-organise a panel on “Robust Decision Support (RDS) for Addressing the Complexity and Uncertainty in Planning for Water, Food and Energy Nexus” on 22 October 2015. The RDS panel is part of the 4th Greater Mekong Forum on Water, Food and E