Video: Climate change hits Mekong

Climate change impacts on Cambodians living along the Mekong river.

    For Cambodians living along the Mekong river, the impact of climate change is making life increasingly difficult as floods destroy crops and homes.

    The huge river runs through six countries and is a source of livelihood for tens of millions of people. Cambodia's government has said that without urgent international action more and more could go hungry and be left homeless.

    Al Jazeera's Steve Chao reports from one hard-hit village along the Mekong River basin.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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