Choke Point: China Cited by The Atlantic Monthly

Mar 13, 2013

In a March 11th article discussing the dead pigs in Shanghai Huangpu River, the Atlantic Monthly cited the Choke Point: China report on toxic water. Waste related to animals, the article quotes, made up about 90 percent of organic pollutants in China’s water.

Choke Point: China is a joint China Environment Forum and Circle of Blue project. It has produced 20 feature stories and 29 multimedia that illustrate the intensifying confrontation between energy demand and freshwater supply. Choke Point: China delves into the water-energy nexus in China, combining world-class expertise, networks, and reporting forms to bring Choke Point stories to key decision-makers, the public, and the media.

For more information, please visit Choke Point: China, and follow @wilsonCEF on twitter.

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