The gorgeous Sesan river in Ratanakiri, Northeast Cambodia.
If the planned Lower Sesan 3 and 4 dams are approved by the government (and financed by a Chinese or Vietnamese company), all of this will be under water someday; the Brao people, who’ve lived here for thousands of years, will be see their ancestral lands disappear. (Here’s a report on some of the impacts of the planned dams on this river)
I guess stealing their land to build rubber plantations isn’t enough….
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