Illegal Sand Mining Erodes Riverbanks, Vietnam

Illegal Sand Mining Erodes Riverbanks, Vietnam

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Sand dredgers, along the river bank, Vietnam. Photo source: ©© Herve

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Illegal sand mining in the Sai Gon River section between Hồ Chí Minh City and Tay Ninh Province to the north-west has caused severe erosion of the river’s banks, including farmland. The section has been illegally mined for so long that more than 76km of the river’s banks in Cu Chi have been seriously eroded…

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Illegal Dredging Causes Major Problems, Vietnam

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