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Pai Deetes Feb 25
Today in , top scholars with expertise on the / Thanlwin/ Nu Jiang gather to share research on this mighty river of Southeast Asia. It’s one of the last few large free-flowing rivers of the world!
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Doing Things Differently 10 Oct 16
Replying to @dtdchange
Plan to dam Asia’s last free-flowing, international river Environmental & human rights concerns
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Peter Bosshard 12 Jul 16
Very good news: new Burmese government suspends dams on the free-flowing for further study!
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International Rivers 13 Jun 16
Why Myanmar should say NO to six dams proposed for Thanlwin/ River:
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International Rivers 13 Mar 16
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International Rivers 14 Apr 16
Get the latest updates about dams on the River!
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International Rivers 23 Aug 16
"I Am a River" -- an absolutely lovely essay on the River: via
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International Rivers 2 Feb 17
Could the River find permanent protection along its entire length? Some dreamers say YES:
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International Rivers 11 Oct 16
An excellent piece on what it would mean to dam one of SE Asia’s last free-flowing rivers:
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skydancer59 Aug 30
Replying to @TibetPeople
now has chemical and biological 'weapons' and along with this they have control of half of the worlds water. the water tower of supplies the so is water the new weapon of mass destruction for
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Vanessa Lamb Aug 28
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Emily I Stevenson Aug 24
The last samples have been collected and filtered!! This monsoon has been really intense but an amazing time had by all
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TROSA Jul 23
Excited to see our partners sharing diverse experiences & next steps to strengthen community participation in governance from
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Sheikh Rokon Jul 8
Eight of the longest rivers of Asia are originated from the Plateau, the Water Tower of Asia. They are: (6,418 km), (5,464 km), (4,350 km), (2,900 km), (2,886 km), (2,525 km), (2,400 km), (2,170 km).
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TROSA Apr 23
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Chris Hackney Mar 21
Plenty of suspended & bedload samples from the and to process today with
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EarthRights Intl. Mar 15
is everything to us. It is as important as our home and our land. We, the Salween People Network call the governments of Thailand, Myanmar and China to stop building dams on the Salween River.”
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TROSA Mar 14
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Maureen Harris 22 May 17
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International Rivers 22 Mar 17
The movement to keep Burma's River free gained (awesome) momentum on :
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