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Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy. 2012. Presentation from Session 5: Sharing for Energy, Food and Water

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  • As you are well aware, the Mekong River Basin faces massive development investment over the next decade. [several countries are planning on building dams along the Mekong mainstream as well as in many tributaries of the Mekong][Much of it focused on WSI for hydroelectric power generation] Many of these dams are being developed with a single purpose in mind: hydroelectricity. While this is of critical importance for larger national and regional development efforts.Little thought appears to have been given to how WSI can be constructed and operated in ways that optimize benefits for all water users, including riparian communities and the environment.
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    • 1. Session 5: Sharing for energy, food and water CPWF Forum, 13 November 2012 Ha Noi, Vietnam
    • 2. Agenda1. Keynote by Prof. Dennis Wichelns (15 minutes)2. Four panelists (15-20 minutes):  Dr. Tracy A. Farrell of Conservation International on Cambodia case.  Mr. Phoukeo Saokhamkeo of NUOL on Lao case.  Dr. Soumya Balasubramanya of IWMI on Nepal case.  Mr. Dam Viet Bac of ICRAF on Vietnam case.3. Plenary dialogue (50 minutes)4. Wrap-up (3 minutes) by Prof. Dennis Wichelns
    • 3. Questions for dialogue1. Resettlement plan is benefit sharing. Is it correct? Why yes? Why no?
    • 4. Questions for dialogue1. Resettlement plan is benefit sharing. Is it correct? Why yes? Why no?2. Benefit sharing and PES is for natural resource management or peoples livelihoods? Why?
    • 5. Questions for dialogue1. Resettlement plan is benefit sharing. Is it correct? Why yes? Why no?2. Benefit sharing and PES is for natural resource management or peoples livelihoods? Why?3. Can benefit sharing and PES contribute to sustainable hydropower development? Why yes? Why no?
    • 6. Questions for dialogue4. Who support the centralization of benefit sharing actions and PES funds to Central Government/Who support to decentralize these to individual projects and local authorities?Why?
    • 7. Questions for dialogue4. Who support the centralization of benefit sharing actions and PES funds to Central Government/Who support to decentralize these to individual projects and local authorities?Why?5. Do we need to include PES and benefit sharing as a required component of hydropower projects? Why yes, why no?
    • 8. Questions for dialogue4. Who support the centralization of benefit sharing actions and PES funds to Central Government/Who support to decentralize these to individual projects and local authorities? Why?5. Do we need to include PES and benefit sharing as a required component of hydropower projects? Why yes, why no?6. Can we exchange lessons, for example, bring the policy from Nepal to apply in Laos? from Vietnam to Cambodia? Why yes? Why no?

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