Rising sea levels and land sinkage are proving to be a double-whammy in the Mekong Delta, where residents are constantly forced to raise their homes to remain above water.
The scene during high tide in Ngoc Hien District in the southernmost province of Ca Mau. With sea levels, and tides, rising every year and land sinking in the Mekong Delta residents are fearful and keep raising their house levels to remain above water.
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