For two decades or more, alarms have been sounding for the Mekong Delta. It is being hammered by climate change, by a proliferation of upstream dams, by unsustainable and inappropriate farming practices, by greed and political expediency. The punishment the Delta's taking has been well reported, first in scholarly papers, then in specialized publications and appeals by NGOs.
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