Where have all the fish gone, a documentary directed by Tom Fawthrop, examines how the cascade of dams being built on the Mekong river is creating an environmental and ecological disaster for the millions that depend on it for their livelihoods.
1 The Monk and the Waterfall in the Siphandon district of southern Laos.The Khone Falls is one of Asia’s largest waterfalls.The Don Sahong dam site is only a few kilometres from this major tourist attraction.
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2) Thai Ngos organised a protest flotilla to protest the dam and attract attention of conference delegates to ASEM summit taking place on the other side of the Mekong in October 2012
3) The flooded forest during the rainy season on Cambodia’s great lake the Tonle Sap which is linked by the Tonle Sap river which flows into the Mekong (Eureka Films)
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