Intensive export agriculture comes up against environmental limits: making choices in the Mekong Delta

Published on
February 12, 2019

Partly thanks to Wageningen, the Mekong Delta in Vietnam is a significant exporter of rice, shrimp and tilapia. But salinization and climate change are now forcing a change of course. A Dutch Delta Plan – once again, with input from WUR – is to play an important role in this, as Resource editor Albert Sikkema learned on a trip through Vietnam.