Counting the Displaced

On average, China has built one large dam every day during the last 50 years, displacing 1,100 people each time.

The interactive map is a part of the fourth installment of Choking on Growth, a series of articles and multimedia examining the impact of China’s pollution crisis, that I have been working on with other people at The New York Times.

Click here to view the graphics

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