It is described as a generation-by-generation event.
The floods flooded large parts of southern and central China after the heaviest torrential rains in decades. Many people are dead or missing. Entire villages have been flooded and millions of people displaced.
Economic losses in dollars are estimated at billions. Nearly two months of heavy rains swelled 433 rivers – with water in some record levels.
Chinese authorities have raised flood signals and deployed troops to evacuate people and come in handy.
Some environmentalists blame climate change. Others are raising concerns about the country̵
But what effects do such megaprojects have on people and the environment?
Host: Laura Kyle
Dan Wang, an analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit’s China Access Service
Peter McCauley, Associate Professor at the Australian National University; author of “Banking for the Future of Asia and the Pacific”
Source: Al Jazeera News