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Who Owns It? Understanding Transboundary Water Conflicts

Dr. Naho Mirumachi, co-author, 'Water Conflicts: Analysis for Transformation'

27-Apr-21 08:00

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Who Owns It? Understanding Transboundary Water Conflicts

Transboundary waters fuel agriculture and support thousands of local communities, but can also be a point of conflict between the countries that share them. But what are the factors influencing these conflicts? It's important to understand this, seeing as we have a transboundary water conflict in our own backyard: the Mekong River Basin. We speak to Dr Naho Mirumachi, Associate Professor in Environmental Politics at King's College London, and co-author of 'Water Conflicts: Analysis for Transformation', to find out.

Produced by: Lyn Mak

Presented by: Lyn Mak


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