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Bruce Shoemaker and William Robichaud, eds. Dead in the Water: Global Lessons from the World Bank's Model Hydropower Project in Laos
Southeast Asian studies
Tens of millions of dollars have been spent on environmental and social mitigation programs for the Nam Theun 2 (NT2) hydropower project in Laos, extending over the full footprint of the project zone from the Vietnam border down to the confluence of the two impacted rivers with the Mekong. What are scholars, development practitioners, and concerned citizens to make of this high-profile infrastructure project? Costing about US$1.45 billion in the end, it made such a significant investment indoi:10.20495/seas.8.1_153 fatcat:spck5ls34zb5xnvjrjbwf4k7oa