Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

In Quang Binh province, dozens of local reservoirs are running out of water which puts the summer-fall rice crop of 2018-2019 at risk.

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Reservoirs in Quang Binh province faces water shortage at the start of dry season

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Crops are facing water shortage

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

A field in Quang Binh Province suffers from severe drought

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Irrigation lakes and canals dry up

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Large-capacity irrigation pumps are used widely in Quang Binh province to reduce impacts of drought on crops

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

 

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