Vietnam’s Mekong Delta is one of the world’s most at-risk areas from the effects of climate change, posing challenges both for its environment and population in years to come. Photos credit: Luke Duggleby
Despite knowing the damage she was causing, Nguyen Thi Vang still walks through the coral reef in the Tam Hai sea to collect seaweed for her daily meals. “When I walk, I heard its broken sound and I feel painful,” said Nguyen.
With fields too hot and productivity too low, it is no surprise that Thailand has such an influx of Cambodian workers.
Climate migrants are further exposing the need for Bangkok planners to come up with better methods to confine urban sprawl, cope with climate change and ensure a better deal for all.
Climate change compromising crop yields, coupled with fears of impending poverty, is causing migration out of Cambodia.
95 percent of its coral reefs are gone. Absent more restrictions, recovery won’t happen. (Closed Islands in Southeast Asia under threat from tourism – Part 2)
President Duterte called the island a “cesspool”. (Closed Islands in Southeast Asia under threat from tourism – Part 1)
As the world’s single largest contributor of plastic waste into the marine environment, Mekong countries must provide leadership to restore health in our oceans.
Shot over six years, this film charts the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’ and the tragic events that followed.
Asking the Mekong River what she thinks of our behavior toward her and toward ourselves.
After a two-day international conference and two days of ministerial meetings, the story out of Siam Reap this week is of escalating problems, but uncertainty about actions.
The $US66 billion project wish list and more from the ministerial and side meetings that took place in Hanio