The MRC Work Programme 2011 describes the supporting outputs MRC will produce in the course of the year to further the Mekong Programme. The structure of the programme is mainly based on the MRC Strategic Plan 2011-2015.
The Basin Development Strategy (BDS) 2011-2015 outlines a set of strategic priorities for the basin-wide sustainable development of water sources, introducing a five-year action plan that addresses both economic opportunities and potential environmental and social impacts.
The Strategic Plan (SP) 2011-2015 presents a framework for the transition of the MRC detailing how the MRC will achieve greater relevance through more sustainable operations
and greater stakeholder ownership as it reaches a new level of maturity through implementation of its core river basin management functions.
From Local Watershed Management to Integrated River Basin Management at National and Transboundary Levels: Workshop Report
This technical report is a synthesis of the knowledge, lessons learned and good practices presented and discussed at the International Conference on Watershed Management held in Chiang Mai, Thailand 9-11 March 2011.
Technical Paper No.34
The report provides an introduction to the theoretical landscape of planning adaptation to climate change and draws out key issues that are relevant to countries in the Lower Mekong River Basin (LMB) in the selection of approaches for adaptation planning.
This report is a record of the proceedings of the 3rd Regional Stakeholder Forum on Basin Development Planning, took place in Vientiane, Lao PDR, from 29 – 30 July 2010. The Forum engage stakeholders at regional level for input into planning and decision-making on water and related resources development.
The report highlights the role of the MRC in serving the joint interests of its Member States is to promote sustainable development in the Mekong River Basin.
This is the Khmer version of the Station of the Basin Report (SoBR). The report describes the status of fisheries, forestry, agriculture, hydropower, water quality, wetlands, navigation and trade, climate change and flood management in the Lower Mekong River Basin.
This report builds on the first State of the Basin Report, which was published in 2003. It describes the status of fisheries, forestry, agriculture, hydropower, water quality, wetlands, navigation and trade, climate change and flood management in the Lower Mekong River Basin and the interactions between them.