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The new great walls: a guide to China’s overseas dam industry
The new great walls: a guide to China’s overseas dam industry

1st November 2012

Topic(s): Hydroelectricity

This is the second edition of International Rivers’ guide to the Chinese overseas dam-building industry. Since the first edition was published in 2008, China’s dam industry has continued to consolidate its position as the global leader in dam construction particularly hydropower dams.

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A risky climate for southern African hydro: assessing hydrological risks and consequences for Zambezi River basin dams
A risky climate for southern African hydro: assessing hydrological risks and consequences for Zambezi River basin dams

1st September 2012

Topic(s): Hydroelectricity

This report, authored by Dr Richard Beilfuss, assesses hydrological risks for Zambezi River Basin dams. This study provides an early warning about what Southern Africa could be facing as it contemplates plans for more large hydropower dams in a time of climate change.

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Hydropower respects the environment: a clean and indigenous renewable energy
Hydropower respects the environment: a clean and indigenous renewable energy

1st January 2008

Topic(s): Hydroelectricity

This brochure describes the environmental impacts of small hydropower (SHP). SHP does not produce greenhouse gas emissions, and it does not discharge pollutants to waterways. The brochure also describes SHP environmental impact assessments.

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