Dams and development in china the moral economy of water and power by bryan tilt new york columbia university press 2015 280 pp zhifang song university of canterbury search for more papers by this author zhifang song university of canterbury. China is home to half of the worlds large dams and adds dozens more each year the benefits are considerable dams deliver hydropower provide reliable irrigation water protect people and farmland against flooding and produce hydroelectricity in a nation with a seeimingly insatiable appetite for energy. Click on the article title to read more. Dams and development in china the moral economy of water and power by bryan tiltnew york columbia university press 2015 xx 259 pp us9000 cloth us3000 paper us2999 ebook. The moral economy of water and power crisis and opportunity water resources and dams in contemporary china the lancang river coping with resettlement and agricultural change the nu river anticipating development and displacement experts assessments and models the science of decision making people in the way resettlement in
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