The Binh Dinh provincial authorities have decided to clear three large hotels in coastal areas to reserve the entire coast of Quy Nho Bay for the community. In Mekong Delta, scientists have urged local authorities to adjust development plans so as to choose the right treatment and avoid serious consequences. They pointed out that serious landslides in the delta were caused by sand overexploitation, too many houses on riverbanks, and deep holes in rivers. Meanwhile, Duong Van Ni from the Can Tho University, a well known expert on Mekong Delta, said the problem lies in the lost volume of sand which cannot be offset by the new sediment. A big amount of sand has been lost mostly because of hydropower dams in the upper course, which prevent sand from going downstream. The over-exploitation of sand is also a reason. However, the biggest cause, according to Ni, is the treatment of the rivers and the sea. The alluvium reaching the delta can be divided into two groups: coarse sediment (sand, gravel, grit), and fine silt (meat, clay). There are natural deep holes In the riverbed, some of which have existed for 1,000 years. The alluvium reaching the delta can be divided… Read full this story
- Local author pens Lexington-based murder mystery and 'Stranger Things' prequel
- Raid on forest encroachers finds land for sale
- Gov’t Orders Local Authorities to Solve Land Disputes to Stop Protests in Capital
- Ethiopia: Project Lands Earth to Restore Degraded Land
- Local author publishes children's book in Chamoru about relationship with animals and Nana
- Man pushes mother before tractor to stop rival from cultivating land
- Sadiq Khan vows to join local authority legal action against Heathrow third runway
- Blog Public health matters Enabling local authorities to make the best spending decisions
- Drones in; property rights and local authority out?
- A week of events in Cambridge, Somerville: Dance festivals, local authors and dada art
Local authorities stop sea-encroaching projects, take back land have 307 words, post on vietnamnet.vn at June 25, 2019. This is cached page on VietMaz. If you want remove this page, please contact us.