Save the Mekong Coalition
The Mekong River is under threat. The governments of Cambodia, Laos and Thailand are planning eleven big hydropower dams on the Mekong River’s mainstream. If built, the dams would block major fish migrations and disrupt this vitally important river, placing at risk millions of people who depend upon the Mekong for their food security and income.
Read the letters sent delivering the 23,110 signature “Save the Mekong” petition to the Prime Ministers of Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam on 19 October 2009.
Read Save the Mekong Coalition’s statement for International Day of Action for Rivers, March 14
Take action now !
Save the Mekong coalition urges the Mekong governments to keep the Mekong flowing freely to save this critical source of food, income and life for present and future generations. Join us now to Save the Mekong!