Monthly Archives: May 2016

Climate Resilience Team Conducts Scoping Missions in Koh Kong, Mondulkiri Provinces, Cambodia

ICEM's Cambodia-based climate resilience team has wrapped up two scoping missions as part of its project, Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning.
  • Ubol Ratana Dam

PACT and ICEM to Host Panel Discussion on SEA in the Mekong Energy Sector

On Thursday 26 May, ICEM will join PACT Thailand to facilitate a panel discussion on the role of Strategic Environmental Assessments on the energy sector in the Lower Mekong Region.
By |May 12th, 2016|Energy news, News|0 Comments

Could La Niña Swamp the Mekong Delta?

The wet season's first few rains have started to fall over the parched Mekong Delta. Though it will take more than a few drops to ease the impacts of the recent drought, the rains still come as a relief. This year's strong El Niño phenomenon has wreaked havoc on the Delta and regions in Central Vietnam. Drought has caused farms to dry up and crops to wither.
By |May 6th, 2016|Climate change news, News|Comments Off on Could La Niña Swamp the Mekong Delta?