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The research of the Lao government, its hydroelectric dams, and its responses to its project was done through an environmental justice lens. It is an interdisciplinary research that explores the political corruption, the role of media, and the environment in order to frame the Lao government and the reasoning behind their unjust activities.
hydroelectric dams, laos, corruption, government, mekong river, timothy morton, pope francis, yuval noah harari, sapiens, ecological thought, environmental justice, environmental injustice
Asian Studies | Biodiversity | Environmental Law | Environmental Studies | International and Intercultural Communication | Land Use Law | South and Southeast Asian Languages and Societies
Laurel, M.K., "Hydroelectric Dams: The Lao Government's Luxury Trap" (2016). ENV 434 Environmental Justice. 4.
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