Aviva Imhof

Campaign Director, International Rivers

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Campaign director for International Rivers, a Berkeley, California-based environmental group, monitoring hydropower projects in China

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Now that rescuers have reached the epicenter of yesterday's massive earthquake in China, the death toll is expected to rise well above 15,000. Many more are injured or missing.

Nearly 400 Dams Suffered Damage from China Quake

Now that rescuers have reached the epicenter of yesterday's massive earthquake in China, the death toll is expected to rise well above 15,000. Many more are injured or missing.

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