Abstract

    Open Access Mini Review Article ID: GJE-7-165

    Two examples of environmental problems from Chinese state planning

    Poorna Pal*

    We present two recent and environmentally potentially catastrophic but otherwise politically decisive and perhaps even praiseworthy governmental actions of the Peoples Republic of China. One is China’s world-renowned Three Gorges Dam project. This is perhaps one of the world’s largest hydroelectric dams as yet and most certainly the daring and even audacious construction project. Sadly, it also defies the understanding of atmospheric circulation patterns. The other is the construction and use of atoll reefs to house military bases. This too is certainly a brilliantly conceived novel idea but its time has been unfortunately ushered perhaps a couple of million years too early. Both these are examples of the most brilliantly executed but otherwise ill-conceived notions that should not have been undertaken in the first place.

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    Published on: Sep 20, 2022 Pages: 79-81

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/gje.000065
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