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Sharing benefits in transboundary rivers: An experimental case study of the Central Asian water-energy-agriculture nexus (Global Water Forum)

This article presents an experimental case study looking at the possibility for benefit sharing in the Amu Darya River Basin (ADRB). The focus of the study is on the economic benefits that the riparian countries could receive from the planned Rogun Damand its operation on the Vakhsh River, tributary to Amu Darya. ...
...The Rogun Hydropower Plant (RHP) is a controversial project, and there have been active debates about its benefits, revolving around Tajikistan’s aim to enhance its energy security and Uzbekistan’s concerns about the negative impacts on its agriculture.

Dr. Shokhrukh-Mirzo Jalilov, Water & Development Research Group, Aalto University, Finland

 

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