How Mangrove-Friendly Shrimp Farming is Protecting the Mekong Delta

At the southernmost tip of the Mekong Delta, Vietnamese shrimp farmers are going organic and restoring mangrove forests to help protect coastal communities against sea level rise.

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Publish Date: 11th July 2017

Last Updated: 11th July 2017


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