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Climate change not the real threat to Mekong

Climate change not the real threat to Mekong

Dear Editor,

Regarding your article on the debate over the causes of the unusually low level of the Mekong: Did the man-made-climate-change scaremongers ever consider the possibility that their theory would end up being the perfect ruse to deflect critical attention from proven environmentally destructive practices? And now with all the money being thrown at contractors, grantees and consultants to “combat” climate change, no doubt this trend will continue. “Oh what a tangled web we weave….”

Ray Johansen
Afghanistan

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