On the water front

“Nine hundred billion tonnes of water flow down China’s greatest river, the Yangtze, every year. On the way, it powers the world’s biggest hydro-electric scheme, slakes the thirst of 400 million people and serves as a rubbish dump for a growing number of supercities, factories, farms and ships. Jonathan Watts traces its path from source to sea。”

Read the full article on the Guardian here.

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