Vietnam Grapples With Climate Change Effects in Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta is a region in southwest Vietnam that’s home to forests, beaches and more than 1,000 recorded species of animals–all threatened by climate change. Waters of the South China Sea are washing ashore, depositing salt and degrading farmland. The area is also affected by erosion, sinking land and floods, which may force millions living there to find new homes.

Bloomberg BNA correspondent Lien Hoang has a special report coming that we’re posting outside the firewall this weekend.