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THE MEKONG, DAMNED DEVELOPMENT (24 photos)
The Mekong River is the second most biodiverse river in the world and one of the few major rivers in the world that has been spared the development that has transformed waterways in most parts of the world. But governments in the six Mekong countries, China, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam have realized the economic potential of the river. Most dramatic development is the planned construction of almost 30 dams (of which 4 have been built so far) in the main stream of the Mekong River. These dams will severely restrict the migration of fish and will reduce the seasonal fluctuations destroying the fish nursery grounds around Tonle Sap Lake.
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PERRY, THE WATER COP OF LAS VEGAS (43 photos)
Think of Las Vegas and most people visualise gambling and money. Nowadays, one of the main issues in Las Vegas is however water. Kevin Perry, water cop in Las Vegas, knows all about it. In his air-conditioned jeep, his laptop shows locations where in the city water is being wasted. "This is a school I visited two weeks ago," says Perry, while he locates the school on Google maps. "The sprinkler system should be repaired by now. Let’s take a look."
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THE SALTON SEA, CALIFORNIA's FIRST CLIMATE VICTIM (32 photos)
A desert landscape; abandoned crumbling hotels; dry swimming pools; dead palm trees; a salty lake with white salt-encrusted beaches and dead fish. Welcome to the Salton Sea, an apocalyptic place in the forgotten southeast corner of California.
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THE NIL RIVER : EFFICIENCY OR WAR (37 photos)
Egypt and Ethiopia have some of the fastest growing populations in the world. Both countries went from 20 million in the 1950s to 80 million now and 150 million inhabitants in the near future.
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ALONE IN THE TUAMOTUS (44 photos)
The Tuamotus in French Polynesia, is the world atolls. 84 low islands, circles and rings of coral in the heart of the Pacific north of Tahiti. Illusion of a life time of Robinson where we could live on fish and coconut milk but with ADSL connected in the world. After the black pearl and tourism, internet wins the Tuamotus and we can possibly to feel less alone.
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