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Diversification of Livelihoods in a Region Impacted by Hydroelectric Development: A Case Study in the Lower Mekong Mun River and Sebok River ThailandDownload
Local people living along the Mun River and its tributary, the Sebok River, have a deep connection to the ecosystem and have longstanding knowledge, practices and norms that are critical to their fishing livelihoods. However, due to rapid hydropower expansion in the Mekong region, communities...
From April 29th to May 3rd, 2019 the Tracking Change… project hosted our second Global Knowledge Symposium in New York City and held a side-event at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. The Symposium was an opportunity to bring together those participating in the project from the...
Impacts of Hydroelectric Development on Local Communities: The Mun River, Ubon Ratchathani, ThailandDownload
Hydroelectric development has had numerous impacts on local fishing communities. For those living along the Mun River the Pak Mun Dam has severely impacted their livelihoods. However as 25 years have passed, locals have adapted their knowledge to survive the changing ecology. The aim of this...
From November 8-10, 2019, Tracking Change attended Ki Ta Ski Naw: The 2019 Wa Ni Ska Tan Hydropower and Energy Justice Gathering and Conference at The University of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The conference brought together participants from Manitoba, B.C., Alberta, Newfoundland and...
Tracking Change is a six year, SSHRC funded, interdisciplinary research project co-led by Indigenous communities and researcher partners across the Mackenzie, Mekong and Amazon basins. The project foregrounds local and Indigenous knowledge about the impacts of climate change and development on...
At the beginning of 2021, the Tracking Change program set out to completely overhaul the Tracking Change website to reflect and showcase projects, publications, research, undertake over the six years. As ther project is naring completion, it was important that the website transitioned to focusing...