Over the past decade the Mekong delta region has seen a net loss of one million people due to the new climate regime
The environment in Mekong Delta is severely being affected by hasher natural disasters, water pollution and natural resources depletion, said a scholar.
The sustainable development of the Mekong Delta must go in hand with its long-term ability to recover and adapt to the multi-dimensional impacts of climate change
Well-meant but misguided climate change interventions in the Mekong Delta are set to do more harm than good: Vietnam expert.
The issue become more urgent under the impacts of the fourth industrial revolution and international integration as well as the global climate change
Vietnam and the Mekong Delta in particular suffered not only from domestic thermal power projects, but also from projects in China, leading academic.
The resolution sets a vision by 2100, the Mekong Delta will be “living with floods, brackish and sea water.”
A number of urgent priority projects to deal with the impact of natural disasters in the context of climate change will be deployed in the Mekong Delta.
Mekong Delta, the rice granary of Vietnam, is facing three challenges from climate change, unsustainable development and hydropower development, says local ecologist.
According to studies, 39 per cent of the Mekong Delta could be underwater by the year 2100.