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The concluding chapter of this book titled “Future Trajectories” is comprised of reflections by five authors. The authors cover the past and present challenges of and work for the Salween River, and present their commentary on possible futures and future challenges.
Youth are typically defined as part of a loose age range as those under age 30 or 35 (distinct from ‘children’ but not with a fixed age limit).
The mainstream of the Salween is not dammed, but there are hydropower projects on tributaries in Yunnan, China (see Middleton et al., Chap. 3, this volume).
See China’s National Energy Administration current 5-year plan at: http://www.nea.gov.cn/2016-11/29/c_135867663.htm.
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- Future Trajectories: Five Short Concluding Reflections
Khin Maung Lwin
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