|Date: Monday, August 15th, 2011||Return to Archive|
National Correspondent for The Atlantic, writing from China since 2006. Author of Postcards from Tomorrow Square. Book signing to follow.
Fallows shares the human stories, charts China's bumpy transition to democracy, and makes sense of both its economic explosion and its environment impact -- while showing us what its growth means for us.
On Monday, June 3 the Durbin site team was finally able to hold Plugs Planting Day. Plugs are small settings of sedges and rushes that were planted along the major Durbin site drainage channel to stabilize the banks and slow flow in rain events.