This map titled “Chiang Khong – Special and Amazing City” – was made by members of Rak Chiang Khong. Jeerasak Inthayod, a Rak Chiang Khong team member, explains their work and tactics, including campaigning and legal strategies, to stop both the Pak Beng dam on the Mekong River and projects to blast apart rapids on the Mekong to make room for Chinese riverboat transportation. The Pake Beng dam would displace 6,700 people and is one of 11 dams planned for the lower Mekong – a cascade of development that threatens the food security of 48 million people.

This map titled “Chiang Khong – Special and Amazing City” – was made by members of Rak Chiang Khong. Jeerasak Inthayod, a Rak Chiang Khong team member, explains their work and tactics, including campaigning and legal strategies, to stop both the Pak Beng dam on the Mekong River and projects to blast apart rapids on the Mekong to make room for Chinese riverboat transportation. The Pake Beng dam would displace 6,700 people and is one of 11 dams planned for the lower Mekong – a cascade of development that threatens the food security of 48 million people.