How do accelerating environmental changes impact inequalities and how do rising inequalities affect, in reverse, environmental dynamics? Numerous studies have tackled one specific aspect of the relation between environmental changes and inequalities in the Mekong region, but no holistic assessment has been conducted so far. We propose a systematic mapping of the inequality/environmental change nexus in five Mekong countries: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. 14570 scientific and grey literature references are collected. After title and abstract screenings, 6042 items enter full-text screening, and 2355 items are included in the end for the mapping. Such systematic mapping provides a picture of existing knowledge, scientific gaps and scientific support for evidence-based policy making. A repository of the bibliographic database is created to help future research and projects in this area.
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