Stories that bring together research partners.
The development of the Mekong Region, and in particular its water and land resources, will occur in the context of multiple, profound and uncertain changes. SUMERNET is initiating a “regional assessment” to interpret the multiple potential changes in the
SUMERNET researchers shared their perspectives at a panel on “Bridging Science and Policy in the Mekong Region” during the seminar held to commemorate SEI Asia’s 10th Anniversary on 17th November in Bangkok. Other participants included Thailand’s Ministry
SUMERNET researchers are joining a number of prominent policy makers and researchers in the Asia-Pacific region to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Asia Centre’s founding.
Two major climate adaptation issues relating to the Mekong Region – coastal delta vulnerability and urban resilience – were among the topics highlighted at the 4th Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum in Kuala Lumpur (1-3 October), one of the bigg
SUMERNET has published an edited compilation of empirical case studies titled "Climate Risks, Regional Integration, and Sustainability in the Mekong Region". This book brings together multi-country studies, each of which included significant engagement wi
In a two-day regional workshop organized by Development Cooperation Section, the Embassy of Sweden, development practitioners and researchers explored potential linkages between environmental sustainability with a human rights based approach. The key take
SUMERNET has brought out a CD of two short films documenting reflections of the researchers on bridging policy and research.
SUMERNET has brought out a booklet of policy briefings as a product of ten research projects in the Mekong region in phase 2 (2010-2013).
To further support its research network’s ability to influence policy development on sustainable development issues in the Mekong Region, three new projects have been selected as eligible for SUMERNET funding.
SUMERNET Secretariat is organizing a SUMERNET Week event from 29 November to 3 December.