News & publications about Dam issues
Vietnam province redefines hydropower development
On the eve of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Summit in Vientiane, Mr Nguyen Duc Hai, the ...
New dam threatens people and environment in Myanmar
A hydropower project in Myanmar could displace tens of thousands of people and negatively impact ...
Free-flowing rivers: Economic luxury or ecological necessity?
A report about the state of the world’s remaining free-flowing rivers
Free-flowing rivers disappearing fast
According to a new WWF report, only a third of the world’s 177 large rivers remain free-flowing, ...
Hydropower in Africa must benefit the poor
Hydropower has the potential to contribute to reducing Africa’s energy poverty, a new report by ...
WWF-Canada Supports Northerners’ Wishes to Protect Land First
WWF-Canada testified for the proposed Mackenzie Gas Project in Inuvik providing firm support to ...
Failing to make the dam grade
Five years after the World Commission on Dams gave key recommendations on how dams could be ...
To dam or not to dam? Five years on from the World Commission on Dams
Dams are continuing to cause excessive social and environmental damage despite recommendations made ...
Restoring the Kafue Flats - A partnership approach to environmental flows in Zambia
European drought: All dammed up but no water flows
As Europe swelters in its latest summer heat wave, WWF warns that building more reservoirs and ...