Flood Of Support Rises to Save Inle Lake

Inter Press Service: Monsoon rains might have brought welcome relief to the inhabitants of Inle Lake, but concerned Burmese groups – both government and non-governmental organisations alike – are rallying to preserve Burma's second largest lake from drying up again, as it did from earlier this year due to prolonged drought. At 900 metres above sea level, Inle Lake is a national heritage site in the southern part of Shan State in Burma, also known as Myanmar, and home to more than 170,000 people in over ......

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