25-26 March 2011, Preah Sihanouk Province, Cambodia
This Report highlights a number of areas of uncertainty on which further information is needed to address possible transboundary impacts of the proposed Xayaburi hydropower project.
The PWQ was established with the aim to ensure the maintenance of acceptable water quality in the Mekong River and its main tributaries. The PWQ defines two types of action to maintain water quality at acceptable levels for humans, flora, and fauna: (1) water quality monitoring; and (2) emergency response.
MRC Technical Paper No.26
This paper describes the multifunctional roles of paddy fields in the Lower Mekong River Basin (LMB), focusing on the Mekong Delta region focused on the Northeastern region of Thailand.
The guidelines facilitate the implementation of the PWUM, aimed at supporting effective monitoring systems for the use of water resources that might impact the Mekong’s mainstream.
The PMFM set out a framework on how to maintain minimum or maximum levels of river flow in the Mekong mainstream and reverse flow of Cambodia’s Tonle Sap River, which connects the mainstream and the Tonle Sap Lake.
Guidelines on Implementation of the Procedures for Notification, Prior Consultation and Agreement (PNPCA)
The guidelines facilitate the Implementation of the PNPCA, aimed at optimising the use of water resources for development while minimising potential adverse transboundary impacts on the environment and livelihoods of riverine communities.