Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Severe-Drought-in-Southern-China-27MZIFIWSXHR.htmlConceptually similarSevere Drought in Southern ChinaGP021ADCompleted★★★★Severe Drought in Southern ChinaGP021AECompleted★★★★Severe Drought in Southern ChinaGP021AFCompleted★★★★Severe Drought in Southern ChinaGP021AGCompleted★★★★Severe Drought in Southern ChinaGP021AICompleted★★★★Severe Drought in Southern ChinaGP021AJCompleted★★★★Severe Drought in Southern ChinaGP021AKCompleted★★★★Severe Drought Hit Southern ChinaGP021ACCompleted★★★★★★Severe Drought in Southern ChinaGP021A4Completed★★★★View AllGP021AHSevere Drought in Southern ChinaDamogu Town, Luliang County. Degehaizi reservoir's storage capacity is 1.6 million cubic meter water. Now, due to the drought, it's dried up completely and dead fish can be seen in the dried mud.Locations:China-East Asia-Yunnan-Yunnan ProvinceDate:3 Apr, 2010Credit:© Lu Guang / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Agriculture-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-Death-Destruction-Drought-Dry-Fields-Fish-Global warming-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-ReservoirsShoot:Drought in YunnanIn the fall of 2009, severe drought hit southern China, causing drinking water shortage in the area. In March and April 2010, Greenpeace helped setting up water pumps powered by solar energy for some villagers in the Yunnan Province. The drought is another chilling reminder of what climate change has in store for the whole globe unless we revolutionize the way we make and use energy.