A new study focused on the 6.8 M Luding earthquake in China’s Sichuan-Yunnan seismic zone, shows how dams make areas susceptible to earthquakes directly (through RIS) and indirectly by altering geological structures, […]
Why is the salty tide at the mouth of the Yangtze River related to the high dams and large reservoirs in the Upper Yangtze River?
The Yangtze estuary’s saline tide has changed significantly since the impoundment of the Three Gorges Reservoir.
The creation of China’s Three Gorges Dam buried the past and overturned the lives of millions. Tracking these changes across the years: one of the country’s greatest photographers.
Chinese human rights lawyer, Xia Lin, was arrested one year prior to Xi Jinping’s “709 Crackdown” on lawyers and human rights activists in 2015. What has Xia Lin’s time in prison looked […]
Why did the Chinese government choose not to reveal the real total capacity of the Three Gorges Dam reservoir – perhaps the most critical technical specification of the entire project?
A photographer captures 30 decades of life in upheaval for Three Gorges migrants and one moment, in particular, that stirred an entire nation.
Takes a Green Leap Forward.
Once a high-flying corporate attorney, Ding Jiaxi awoke to a far more perilous vocation: human rights law in China.
Expert highlights government actions as reason for dry-up, not just absence of rain.
As disaster strikes the southwest of China’s Chengdu capital, residents are left reeling from a fixation on pandemic restrictions in the midst of an emergency.
Is insisting on “Zero Covid,” an early rehearsal for total social control?
A rare rupture in crowd control reveals the level of “zero-COVID” frustration in China.
The hydropower hub calls into question the race for renewable energy.
Probe International Exclusive: The extraordinary account by acclaimed independent investigative journalist, Jiang Xue, detailing the unprecedented lockdown of the city of Xi’an, in central China’s Shaanxi Province, is now available to read […]
Who knows where the fallout from Zaporizhzhia, a nuclear power complex 50 percent larger than Chernobyl, might land?