(November 3, 2010) CAPI is very pleased to welcome Dai Qing, the leading voice of the environmental movement in China, to the UVic campus in early November 2010.
As a journalist in Beijing in the 1980s, Dai Qing was a major critic of the Three Gorges Dam project, and since then has become engaged in a broad range of environmental issues in China from climate change to water resource management and civil education. Recognized internationally for her tireless work on these pressing global issues, Dai Qing is now considered one of the foremost Chinese writers and activists of the past century. This lectures is presented with generous support from the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions.
- Dai Qing public lecture on China’s Three Gorges Dam – November 8, 2010 at UVic
- China’s Water Crisis –Dai Qing public lecture, November 9, 2010 in Vancouver
- Student seminars with Chinese environmental activist and journalist Dai Qing at UVic (Nov. 4), SFU (Nov. 9) and UBC (Nov. 10)
Categories: Interviews with Dai Qing