More than 1.7 million people were affected by severe flooding in China’s northern Shanxi province in October after torrential train triggered landslides and led to thousands of homes collapsing across more than 70 districts and cities.
Just three months prior, hundreds of people died as a result of extreme rainfall in Henan province.
So how does China plan to fight the floods of the future? The Agenda’s Stephen Cole has been finding out from Wu Changhua, the China/Asia Director at the Office of Jeremy Rifkin. #TheAgenda
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