Rising Salinity Threatens Rice Crop on Southeast Asia’s Sinking Coastline

Worldwide, coastal saltwater is creeping farther and farther inland, tainting the land and water with enough salt to kill crops. In Asia, saltwater intrusion is making it nearly impossible for some farmers to grow the region’s staple food. Elise Cutts has more.
Videographer: Sun Narin, Vietnamese Stringer in Vietnam

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