Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Yellow-River-Documentation-Tour-in-China-27MZIFLVRO60.htmlConceptually similarYellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0RCICompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0QVBCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP015YTCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP05SNCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0NVHCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP01GJMCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0YPGCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP016F4Completed★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP06CGCompleted★★★★View AllGP01A3BYellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaDari county, Qinghai, China. Construction workers building new houses for Tibetan nomadic people who have fallen victim to environmental hardship. The Chinese government supplied electrical appliances - TV, Stove, and furniture, with each household getting 6000 RMB subsidy. The new houses form part of a new compound with a planned 105 households presently being constructed. There will be 80 students who will join the local school. The nomadic families in residence face a dramatic change in their way of life.Locations:Asia-China-East Asia-QinghaiDate:10 Jun, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / John NovisMaximum size:5000px X 3344pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Construction sites-Day-Desertification-Destruction-Global warming-Houses-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.