Jun 19 2008

Mapping the River: A Report from 30 Under 30


By the time it discharges near Shanghai, the Yangtze River pushes more than one million cubic feet of water every second into the East China Sea, a flow that could provide every person in China with 551 gallons of water per day. That immense movement of water belies the river’s humble origins, first as a drip, then a trickle, then a tiny flow,4,000 miles away under a glacier in the Tibetan Plateau.

That’s kind of like Filene’s 30 Under 30 group. Read on …

Ben Rogers
Managing Director, Research
Report Number 159