The mighty Mekong River is renowned for its rich diversity and it ranks as the world's most important river for freshwater fisheries. It provides food security for more than 60 million people in the heart of South East Asia.
This film looks at how a flurry of hydro dam building is threatening to destroy one of the world's greatest ecosystems vital to the health, nutrition and well-being of the riverine population.
Eureka Films. Thailand
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