This study assesses the agribusiness-enabling environment for cross-border trade in the Lower Mekong region by focusing on specific indicators of four key agricultural inputs: seed, fertilizer, pesticide, and fish fry.
On June 15 and 16, 2015, the Lower Mekong Initiative Clean Energy Business Dialogue will bring together government decision-makers from Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam, U.S. experts in renewable energy, and U.S. renewable and clean energy companies to discuss clean energy solutions in the Mekong sub-region. Learn more and register here: http://bit.ly/1EYlE8L
***This initiative has been postponed until September 2015. Specific dates are forthcoming***
Extraordinary Friends of the Lower Mekong
Conference on Mekong Sustainability
Summary of Joint Discussion
This year the ASEAN-U.S. Dialogue will be held in Washington, D.C. ASEAN and U.S. officials will meet to discuss political and security, economic and trade, social and cultural, and development cooperation.
This Distance Learning Course is for Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI) Professional Communications Skills for Leaders (PCSL) Seminar #6 Environment participants only.
The Professional Communications Skills for Leaders (PCSL) project is one of the signature Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI) programs. Each seminar addresses a different LMI development program. This LMI Professional Communications Skills for Leaders seminar will address the LMI Environment Pillar. This is the 6th seminar of the PCSL program series.
Nineteen representatives from civil society organizations working with local communities on forests and climate change issues in the Lower Mekong region gathered this week in Bangkok for a third capacity development workshop as part of a series of training events organized by the USAID Grassroots Equity and Enhanced Networks in the Mekong program.
USAID’s Private Financing Advisory Network-Asia (USAID PFAN-Asia) had an exhibit at the Investment Policies and Techniques for Renewable Energy Projects 2015 conference March 23 in Bangkok. The conference attracted nearly 1,000 participants, including senior-level industry executives, engineers, investors and government officials.
With support from USAID, the Center for International Forestry Research recently published the “Regional Synthesis of Payments for Environmental Services (PES) in the Greater Mekong Region.” The report combined studies on PES schemes in