There is no doubt that the Mekong Delta is facing serious threats caused by climate change and Mekong upstream dams. In recent years, those threats have resulted in large-scale landslide along major waterways and coastal erosion in most of provinces in the region. As a result, thousands of farmers have to leave their homes – many of which were swept away by river bank/coastal erosion – and migrate to urban areas in search of new jobs (off-farming jobs). The landslide has also caused severe impacts on local ecosystems: many pieces of jungle along the rivers and mangrove forests have been eroded and shrunk. While many official stats by local authorities remain unpublic, researches by scientists are difficult, and usually unreachable, for ordinary audience/people to understand and observe the situation of those issues. Thus, our research work aims to collect and analyze the stats by local governments and scientists to make a comprehensive and in-depth story on how climate change and other human-caused impacts are changing local ecosystems and livelihood (unusual migration patterns). This story will be “told” in infographic format – in which thermatic maps are made to highlight disaster prone areas and major flows of migrants in the Mekong while specific/unique narratives and quotes from local people are added to making it visible, easily understandable, impressive and informative to everyone, especially the public who are not majoring in the field of environmental studies.