Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Yellow-River-Documentation-Tour-in-China-27MZIFLFSRQT.htmlConceptually similarYellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0WR5Completed★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP01DKTCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0EUYCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0PU5Completed★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP01BKICompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0DATCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP016F4Completed★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP01B3HCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0YPICompleted★★★★View AllGP01GJNYellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaLanzhou, Gansu Province, China. The Yellow River flows through the city of Lanzhou. Lanzhou, capital of Gansu, the only city which the Yellow River runs through. As a result of industrial, agricultural development and other human activities, the city is now facing a shortage of water resources and water pollution. Concern reached a head on December 11th 1999 when hundreds of students, some officials and armed police from Lanzhou City of Gansu Province, northwest China, attended an activity in the city aimed to better protect the environment of the Yellow River.Locations:Asia-China-East Asia-Gansu-LanzhouDate:17 Jun, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / John NovisMaximum size:7707px X 2804pxKeywords:Cityscapes-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Day-Desertification-KWCI (GPI)-OutdoorsShoot:Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaFrom 1966 to 2000, glaciers in the Yellow River Source region retreated by 17% in area, causing the loss of 2.39 billion m3 of water from source of the river. Greenpeace is calling for due attention and action to deal with disasters that climate change brings about and reminds all that reducing CO2 emission to stop climate change must be done now.