Nowadays, climate change has become much more complicated. Places like the Mekong Delta, which is susceptible to tiny changes, propels people to adapt the climate change quickly and effectively.
The historical record of natural disasters like floods, salinity intrusion, and droughts of each province in Vietnam are analysed. Social factors such as net migration rate, poverty rate, and population density are also considered to show the severe impact of climate change in the Mekong Delta.
Three different attributes are compared: the crops, the water, and the migration. Paddy planting and rice production contribute to the main income of the Vietnamese. Natural disasters like flooding can cause huge losses
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