Video: Shannon Lawrence Discusses Lao Hydropower Projects

Wednesday, December 12, 2007
International Rivers' Lao Program Director Shannon Lawrence discusses Lao hydropower development and its impacts at a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand on December 13, 2007.

The Three Gorges Dam: Resettlement and Construction

Sunday, February 17, 2008
This footage, taken in 2002, shows towns and cities that were at the time slated for demolition and are now flooded by the Three Gorges Dam. There is footage of actual demolition of some towns, and of construction on the dam itself. Part I Part II

New Look: The Song Remains the Same

Friday, November 9, 2007
Watch our (former) Executive Director's first (and hopefully last) attempt to break into music video stardom. Our extreme makeoverIf you were familiar with the International Rivers Network website you’ll have noticed a radical overhaul — and we think a dramatic improvement. We hope that you’ll find our new site a lot more engaging, easier to search and navigate, and clearer on what we do where, and why we do it. We’ll soon be adding blogs from our campaigners around the world and posting more videos. When we set out to rebuild our website we realized we wanted an updated look. When

Video: Carlos Chen Interview (3 mins)

Guatemalan activist and community leader Carlos Chen talks about the construction of a dam on the Chixoy River, and its devastating effect on the local people.

Rivers for Life 2

Thursday, October 4, 2007
In November 2003, more than 300 people from 62 countries gathered in Rasi Salai, Thailand, for Rivers for Life: The Second International Meeting of Dam-Affected People and their Allies. For five days grassroots activists, dam-affected people and representatives from NGOs exchanged experiences and developed new strategies to fight destructuve large dams. This is their story. Rivers for Life - Part 1 Rivers for Life - Part 2

We All Live Downstream

Thursday, November 1, 2007
Watch a three-minute slideshow that introduces you to a few of the reasons why International Rivers is involved in the movement to protect rivers and human rights.

The Rivers of Patagonia

The Spanish company Endesa plans to build a series of large hydroelectric dams on the wild rivers of Aysén province, in Chile's Patagonia region. Activists are organizing to stop the destruction of the rivers of Patagonia, Glenn Switkes

Wild Refuge Under Attack

Thank you to our partners at Campaign for the Reform of the World Bank (in Italian) for permission to use this slideshow.


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