VietNamNet Bridge – Uncontrolled rampant sand exploitation is seriously affecting Krong Ana and Krong No, two large rivers in the Central Highlands.
The river current has changed and hundreds of hectares of land have been lost.
Krong Ana (mother river) and Krong No (father river) are important to the economic and cultural life of the people in Dak Lak and Dak Nong. But they are in danger.
The Krong No river section which runs across Krong No district in Dak Nong province, has been a ‘hot spot’ of illegal sand exploitation for many years. Continue reading “Sand mining destroying rivers in Central Highlands, causing landslides”