Radio New Zealand Morning Show: Dams Weakened by Quake in China

Friday, May 16, 2008
Aviva Imhof discusses the Chinese earthquake and its threats to dams in China with New Zealand's equivalent of NPR.

International Rivers on NPR "Marketplace": Quake Puts Focus on China Dam Building

Thursday, May 15, 2008
Aviva Imhof, International Rivers' Campaigns Director talks to Scott Tong of "Marketplace." Marketplace says "Troops have been dispatched to shore up nearly 400 dams damaged by the Sichuan province earthquake. Mother Nature's mostly to blame, but there are worries over human error, too, since China has been exporting its dam-building expertise."

International Rivers on NPR "To The Point" about China Quake

Thursday, May 15, 2008
Listen to Aviva Imhof, International Rivers' Campaigns Director, talk to Warren Olney of National Public Radio’s “To The Point” about the fate of the Zipingpu Dam after the massive earthquake in China on May 12, 2008. While Chinese authorities are now saying the dam and its reservoir are safe, Imhof suggests such reassurances may be premature.

BBC Africa Service on the Grand Inga Project in Africa

Monday, May 12, 2008
Listen to International Rivers Terri Hathaway critique the Grand Inga Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo on the BBC World Service's Africa Service.

China's Global Role and the Environment

Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Listen to this presentation about China's global role and the environment which Policy Director Peter Bosshard gave at the San Francisco Commonwealth Club on February 13, 2008.

Voice of America Story About Chinese Investments in Cambodian Dam Projects

Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Mean Veasna, of VOA Khmer, reports that five major Chinese companies have been grants licenses to invest in Cambodian dam projects. International Rivers argues "the dams seriously threaten the environment" in a report released on Jan. 28, 2008.  This story is in Khmer - see an English language translation of the story on the VOA website.

China Digital Times Interview About China's Role in Global Dam Building

Thursday, January 31, 2008
Listen to this interview with Policy Director Peter Bosshard about China's role in global dam building.

BBC World Service Interview on Dams and the CDM

Friday, December 7, 2007
Interview with International Rivers' Executive Director, Patrick McCully, about our report, "Failed Mechanism: How the CDM is subsidizing hydro developers and harming the Kyoto Protocol." The interview was broadcast on the BBC World Service's 'World Business Report,' December 4, 2007.

BBC World Service on Nam Theun 2: "Laos Plans A Water Powered Future"

Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Listen to two stories about the implications of Nam Theun 2 for local people and a critique of the project by Carl Middleton, International Rivers' South East Asia Campaign Consultant.

International Rivers on SF Green 960AM Progressive Radio

Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Listen to International Rivers' Aaron Sanger on San Francisco's Green 960AM speaking about the campaign to save the Rio Pascua and Rio Baker from damming.


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