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China | 10 years after being canceled, mega-dam project on Yangtze River near WH site may be revived

The Yangtze River courses from the Himalayan Plateau in Tibet down into southwestern China’s Yunnan province, carving a path through a breathtaking landscape where steep ridges are covered in Yunnan pine.


Closer to the river and the road that runs beside it, aspen and birch leaves shimmer in the wind. Clumps of pink rhododendron form natural fences along the terraces of corn, tobacco, and other crops that thrive in the rich soil created by millennia of flooding.


https://e360.yale.edu/features/with-activists-silenced-china-moves-ahead-on-big-dam-project

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