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Habitats Under Threat From Renewable Energy Developments

News   Mar 27, 2020 | Original story from the University of Queensland

 
Habitats Under Threat From Renewable Energy Developments

Nai 3, 180 MW hydropower plant, Vietnam. One of a series of 5 hydropower dams built along Nai river in the Cat Tien National Park and UNESCO biosphere reserve. The pictures are from 1996 and 2017 from left to right. Credit: Google Earth

 
 
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