Mekong Mainstream Dams: Threatening Southeast Asia's Food Security
The Mekong is under threat. The governments of Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand are considering plans to build eleven big hydropower dams on the Mekong Riverâ€™s lower mainstream. If built, these dams would harm the riverâ€™s ecology and block the major fish migrations that feed and provide income to millions of people.
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