Meg Tobin is an American Mandarin Society Next Generation Scholar. She has a Master's degree in law and diplomacy from The Fletcher School. She previously researched public health as a Luce Scholar at National Taiwan University, has studied Mandarin in Beijing and Taipei, and has worked as a pastry chef in Boston and Providence.
China’s hydro dam ambitions and their consequences
Hydropower dams are a source of debate in the environmental and international relations communities alike. China has made use of hydropower in the past to supplement its reliance on coal and other energy forms, and in total the country has 40 percent of the world’s large hydro dams. While the power from electricity-producing dams is […]