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At the occasion of the Forum, organisations, companies, or institutions will be enabled to exhibit their activities, or products. Click here to download the registration form for participation in the exhibition
Deadline for exhibition registration
Notification of acceptance of exhibit
Day trip to visit the Mekong Delta
The organizer arranges a day trip to visit the Mekong Delta for participants interested in visiting Ho Chi Minh City’s nearby attractions.
The organizer also invites all participants to attend the Reception Dinner on the 26th of April 2010. Please register.
Participants who wish to stay at the InterContinental
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Environment Division of the Mekong River Commission would like to announce the "Mekong Environment and Climate Symposium 2010" which is to be held in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam on the 26th-27th of April 2010.
At the event, there will be 5 thematic sessions:
Thematic session 1 "Development of Methodology and Tools for protection of the Mekong River environment"
Thematic session 2 "Environmental knowledge sharing for the Mekong River"
Thematic session 3 "Bridging environmental policy, decision makers and stakeholders on Mekong environmental protection and conservation plans of action"
Thematic session 4 "Preparedness and adaptive
capacity to Mekong environment changes and climate risks"
Thematic session 5 "Partnership and collaboration for a sustainable Mekong environment"
We aim to organize the event as an interactive platform for stakeholders and concerned citizen to share, discuss, and connect in a permissive atmosphere.
Stakeholders from the MRC Member Countries (Cambodia, Lao
PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam), Dialogue Partners (China and
Myanmar), donor agencies, MRC Programmes, scientists from
the Mekong River Basin and the international community,
international and national civil society organisations,
journalists, and local communities are expected to join