Heishan Gorge project: learn from past oversights

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Freshwater biodiversity in China’s upper Yellow River is once again under threat, this time from the planned Heishan Gorge hydraulic engineering project. This follows the construction of multiple reservoirs along the Yellow River basin since the 1950s. Local governments should learn from the past and assess the project’s potential ecological impacts before going ahead.

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