China's drought threatens farm income, drinking water, wildlife and hydropower (2011)

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The world's third-largest river -- stretching from the Himalayas thousands of miles to the east meeting the sea -- has been experiencing its worst drought in decades. The drought is withering farmers' wallets, threatening a Chinese species even rarer than the panda and raising questions about a clean energy source that China hopes to bank its energy future on.
Year: 2011
Language: English
In: The New York Times, ClimateWire, 14 June 2011, Online p.

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