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Resettlement in Action

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This report studies the ongoing resettlement for the middle route of the South-North Water Transfer Project at Danjiangkou in Hubei Province, China. The Water Transfer Project is China’s biggest water project since the completion of the Three Gorges Dam. The relocation of 330,000 people from the area around the Danjiangkou reservoir is the country’s biggest ongoing resettlement project.

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  • International Rivers Network IRN, 2010. "Resettlement in Action," Working Papers id:2929, eSocialSciences.
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    Keywords

    south; north; china; water transfer; gorges dam; reservoir; resettlement; project; relocation; policies; project; chinese; researcher; ecological;

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