|Contributions||Wildlife Conservation Society (Viangchan, Laos), International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.|
|LC Classifications||QH541.15.M64 R35 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||00365765|
The Nam Theun 2 Hydropower project is formally proposed to the GoL and preparations began. (). Nakai-Nam Theun Conservation Area Programme - Phase 2: Community Development and Biodiversity Conservation Pilot Field Activities Final Report. Nakai-Nam Theun Conservation Area is a name of convenience referring to the Nakai-Nam Theun. Association Anoulak (conservation in Lao language) is a French-registered association (registered in September ) dedicated to the long-term conservation and study of wildlife in their natural habitats in Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR or Laos), in particular in the Nakai-Nam Theun National Protected Area (NNT NPA), where we collaborate with the Nam Theun 2 Watershed Management. We kick-off the camera-trap wildlife population monitoring surveys in Nakai – Nam Theun National Park In February we started the annual camera-trapping surveys conducted in Nakai- Nam Theun National Park to monitor ground wildlife populations as part of Association Anoulak’s [ ]. The Nam Theun 2 multipurpose development project (NT2) is one of Lao PDR’s largest and most complex hydropower projects. It is jointly implemented by the Nam Theun 2 Power Company (NTPC) and the government of Lao PDR and financed by 27 parties, including the World Bank Group (WBG) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Eyes on the ground: Baseline camera-trap surveys in Nakai – Nam Theun As part of the Biodiversity Research & Monitoring Strategy for Nakai – Nam Theun National Park (NNT NP) implemented by the Watershed Management and Protection Authority [ ]. The Nam Theun 2 Hydropower Project, or simply NT2, is a hydroelectric dam located on the Nam Theun River in cial operation of the plant began in April The scheme diverts water from the Nam Theun, a tributary of the Mekong River, to the Xe Bang Fai River, enabling a generation capacity of 1, MW, from a m (1, ft) difference in elevation between the reservoir and the Location: Bolikhamsai and Khammouane Provinces, Laos. Pilot Biodiversity Literacy Project -- Environmental and conservation awareness raising activities in Nakai-Nam Theun National Protected Areas villages. Nakai-Nam Theun: can development save one of South-East Asia's last wildernesses? by Joe Tobias, Pete Davidson and William Robichaud, from OBC Bulle November Nam Theun 2, a major hydropower development proposal, has focused attention on an important protected area which might hold the key to conserving some of the rarest and most highly threatened species of birds and .
activities related to wildlife conservation and the environment, using the training Booklet as guide (iv) Pilot implementation of developed activities with teachers and educators in two village clusters in Nakai-Nam Theu NPA, Laos, involving 9 schools (2 secondary and 7 primary schools) within 9 different villages. The conservation value of this unique area (the Nakai Nam Theun National Biodiversity Conservation Area or “Nakai-Nam Theun NBCA”) has long been globally recognised. It is an integral part of the Project’s commitment to its ongoing environmental mitigation and protection policy to maintain the integrity of this unique area. Figure 6: inundation area of the Nam Theun 2 Hydro-electric Power Project reservoir. Figure 7: access routes to and within the Nakai-Nam Theun NBCA area and villages mentioned in the text. Figure 8: survey routes and survey bases used within the Nakai-Nam Theun NBCA area. Bolikhamsai (also Borikhamxay, Lao: ບໍລິຄໍາໄຊ) is a province of h, Thaphabath, Pakkading, Borikhan, Viengthong and Khamkheu are its districts and Paksan is its capital city. The province is the site of the Nam Theun 2 Dam, the country's largest hydroelectric project.. Bolikhamsai Province covers an area of 14, square kilometres (5, sq mi).Capital: Paksan.