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Papers & abstracts by session / panel Doc & Media Author
Day 1 : 14 November 2014 | Day 2 : 15 November 2014
14 November 2014 Period : morning
Studies of the Salween Thanlwin Nu: Why are we here – From Mawlamyine to Chiang Mai
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Chayan Vaddhanaphuti From Mawlamyine to Chiang Mai
Yu Xiaogang “Studies of the Salween Thanlwin Nu: Heritage from Mawlamyine”
Srisuwan Kuankachorn Mawlamyine to Chiang Mai
Aung Myint River Thalnwin and Myanmar
Situation Analysis: present plans, present politics and present situation on the ground
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Maung Maung Aye The Salween/Thanlwin/Nu: A Large Trans-boundary River Basin of Asia
Witoon Permpongsacharoen Know Your Power ;Power Sector Development and Energy Resources Flow in Salween Basin.
Wang Yongchen Situation Analysis
Vanessa Lamb What is Salween (studies)?
Biophysical connections: Values and Baseline data of Salween-Thanlwin-Nu River
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Win Aung The Assessment of Water Quality near the Mouth of the Thanlwin River
San Yee Investigation of Elemental Contents in Sediment, Sand and Water Samples Collected from Bilugyum at the Mouth of Thanlwin River for Searching of Environmental Pollution
Cherry Aung Diversity and distribution of benthic organisms in the Thanlwin River Mouth, Mon State
Daw Myint Myint Than Species composition of some fishes from downstream area of Thanlwin River
14 November 2014 Period :
Politics of Natural Resource Development in the Upper Reaches of the Nu
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Thomas Ptak Dams and Development, Understanding Hydropower in the Nu River Valley, Northwestern Yunnan Province
Tashi Nyima Mining and damming Gyalmo Ngulchu (Salween) in Tibet: Resistance and Resilience of Local Inhabitants Facing an Uncertain Future
Ka Ji Jia Political Ecology of Rangeland Protection on the Tibetan Plateau: A Case Study of the Sanjiangyuan Eco-Resettlement Community, Qinghai Province, P.R. China
Tang Xiaoyang Politics or Science? Key Factors in the Disputes about Dam Construction on Salween-Nu River
Updates and perspectives from Civil Society
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Voices of the Salween Youth
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Oattra Aung Karenni Civil Society Network (KCSN)
Naw La Kapaw Htoo Downstream Impact for Mon State
Naw Aye Aye Myaing Karen Rivers Watch
Environmental Impact Impact Assessment (EIA) Policy and Practice: Safeguarding Sustainable Development
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
U Than Aye Situation Analysis
Indhira Euamonlachat Situation Analysis
Kanokwan Manorom Situation Analysis
Paul Sein Twa Situation Analysis
Laofang Bundidterdsakul Situation Analysis
14 November 2014 Period : morning
Voices from Treacherous Terrain: Affirming and Advancing Grassroots Research on the Salween-Thanlwin-Nu
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Teerapong Pomun Tai Baan Research by Karen Communities along the Salween River
Saw Tha Phoe & Saw Nyan Win Voices from Treacherous Terrain: Affirming and Advancing Grassroots Research on the Salween
Development of the STN River basin: Who’s Responsibility?
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Nang Shining Evaluating the Implementation of EGAT International's Corporate Social Responsibility Policy for the Hat Gyi Dam Project on the Salween River, Myanmar/Burma
Jiang Heng Beijing New Century Academy on Transnational Corporations of MOFCOM (Corporate Accountability, and Regional Development)
Civil Society Movement
Paper giver/Speaker Paper Title Abstract Paper PPT
Wang Yongchen On the frontline of NGO-Government relations over Nu River Hydropower Development
Teerapong Pomun Marginal Ecology and the Movement of Local Communities against Lower Mekong Dams
Paiboon Hengsuwan Redefining Citizenship and Local Livelihoods on the Thai-Burmese Border through Anti-Salween dam Movement