Engineering Can Not Stop Ecological Collapse
Both China and India have launched mega-projects to divert whole watersheds to meet the need for water in drought parched lands. Given their immense over-population, exponential growth in resource use and consumption, and global collapse of atmospheric and hydrological cycles; there is no way such engineering behemoths can postpone societal and ecological collapse.
China Announces Plan to Move 400,000 People for Giant Water-Diversion Project
China announced plans Tuesday to relocate 400,000 people to make way for a US$60 billion (euro50 billion) network of canals to supply its dry north with water from the wetter south.