Thailand – China’s dams threaten fish stocks in Thailand
Baan Duea village – Nong Khai -Thailand and Baan Prao Nuea village – Nong Khai – Thailand 11/05/2019
The establishment of several Chinese dams on the Mekong River, the seventh longest river in the world, had directly affected the people of Thailand’s villages and cities bordering the river, who depend on fish for their livelihood, these dams have caused constant changes in the water level in the river, causing the fish stock to slowly disappeared, many fishermen living in Nong Khai Province in northeast Thailand have started to focus on creating fish farms, to be able to secure their sustenance, villagers have expressed their concern about the future of their children who will be forced to abandon the river if things persists to be like this, and abandon the habits and work that have long been passed from fathers to their sons.
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