How the sinking sands along the Mekong River are leaving Vietnamese residents homeless

Upstream damming and extensive mining of the Mekong’s riverbed for sand is causing the land between the sprawling network of rivers and channels near the mouth of one of the world’s great rivers to sink at a pace of around 2cm (0.75 inches) a year, experts and officials said.
Mekong River
Issue: Food Security Typology: Arenas