Dr Ian Campbell interview: knowledge transfer in the Mekong region from an Australian perspective

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]An interview with Dr Ian Campbell on knowledge transfer in the Lower Mekong region from an Australian perspective and his own business, Rhithroecology. Ian has over 40 years’ experience in freshwater ecology and river management, working in Australia, Southeast Asia and Papua New Guinea. He has worked as a river basin management agency specialist and a consultant […]

Solutions in nature: sounds too simplistic?

By Declan Hearne, International WaterCentre Reframing solutions for nature: what’s really required on World Water Day In Daru, Western Province of Papua New Guinea, the environment is straining under human footprint and lack of planned development. A low lying island original protected by mangroves, the current day foreshore rubbish has replaced the trees. Water resources […]

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