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China initiates enormous Yangtze water diversion scheme



Although not on the scale of the Grand Canal or the Three Gorges Dam, the waterways of Yunnan province are undergoing radical changes. This is especially true in the Three Parallel Rivers Protected Areas. In the name of "development" and "drought prevention", a new project launched in the province will divert a stunning quantity of water away from the headwaters of the world's fourth longest river.

Even though Yunnan as a whole is rich in water resources, the middle of the province is periodically crippled by drought. It is hoped by officials the Dian Zhong Water Diversion Project may avert future water shortages such as the five-year dry-spell between 2009 and 2014 that threatened millions of people and led to billions in lost revenue.


Source: Gokunming
Published: 10 November 2015

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