Damming the Mekong in region of 4,000 islands

A new dam proposed by Laos threatens further damage to the troubled Mekong and its inhabitants. The 4,000 Island region in southern Laos, named after the large number of islands situated in the waters of the murky Mekong, boasts idyllic, undeveloped villages surrounded by small rice fields and expansive forests. The lack of hustle and […]

VIDEO DOCUMENTARY & THE LARGEST CONCRETE STRUCTURE IN THE WORLD IN THE SHAPE OF A HUGE DAM IN CHINA

THREE GORGES DAM IN CHINA BOASTS THE WORLDS LARGEST DAM OOO Henry Sapiecha

VIDEO SHOWS Robert Street Dam Removal – Part 1

OOO Henry Sapiecha

VIDEO SHOWING HOW A VOLVO EXCAVATOR BREACHES SMALL DAM

WATCHING WATER PRESSURE AND DAM BREACHING BY VOLVO EXCAVATOR OOO Henry Sapiecha

Holland’s Barriers to The Sea video explains

¬†WILL HOLLAND BE WASHED AWAY ONE DAY? Published on 19 Apr 2014 The Delta Works in the Netherlands (Holland) is the largest flood protection project in the world. This project consists of a number of surge barriers, for examples: 1- The Oosterscheldekering is the largest of the 13 ambitious Delta Works series of dams and […]

NEWS VIDEO HERE TELLS HOW FLOTSAM & JETSAM GARBAGE FLOATING DOWN CHINESE RIVER CAUSES CONCERN TO OFFICIALS

FLOATING GARBAGE THREATENS TO CLOG UP THE SYSTEM AT THE THREE GORGES DAM IN CHINA Henry Sapiecha

THE LARGEST DAM & HYDRO POWER GENERATION SYSTEM IN THE WORLD IN CHINA IS NOW OFFICIALLY ON LINE AS VIDEO SHOWS HERE

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VIDEO SHOWS WHAT THE FUTURE IS FOR THE WORLDS LARGEST 3 GORGES DAM IN CHINA

GROWING UNEASE WITH THE FUTURE OF THE WORLDS BIGGEST DAM IN CHINA Damning the Three Gorges (2008): Are the 400 million people living in the¬†Damning the Three Gorges (2008): Are the 400 million people living in the Yangtze basin paying the price for living beside the world’s largest hydroelectric dam? Scientists fear it could spark […]

THE WORLDS LARGEST WATER DAM SHOWS IN THIS VIDEO

THE 3 GORGES DAM OF CENTRAL CHINA IS THE HUGEST CONCRETE STRUCTURE ON EARTH Took the labour of 40,000 people 17years o build Henry Sapiecha