In the Mekong we are still focusing more on avoidance, but we are starting to think about restoration. It is very challenging because the scale of the problem makes it difficult to restore both fish migration and sediment transited. In addition, all rivers are different so we…
You’re absolutely right, Keith. This is the case in many regions.
WWF is working to highlight this issue as part of our global efforts to promote and support a variety of sustainable energy sources — which is all part of our work with countless partners, businesses, cities and governments to try and ensure that the world does not breach the 1.5 degree warming level.
Thank you for your comments on our piece. We would like to give a little more detail on how WWF’s work on sustainable forestry in Vietnam complements government approaches to economic restoration post war and is promoting biodiversity conservation.