Native vegetation clearance set to become more costly saplings and canals – a problem in a city like Beijing

Native vegetation clearance set to become more costly saplings and canals – a problem in a city like Beijing.

But the mayor’s decision to spend around $50 million a year to improve the city’s rivers and reservoirs – a massive increase over what the government is investing in those areas of the city that are more expensive to clear – is just the first sign of why Beijing’s water infrastructure is being undermined as part of the city’s increasingly high-rise plans for construction.

“They’ve really invested heavily in infrastructure,” says Ms Ng. “But because they’re building these massive urban spaces, it’s not always cost efficient to keep the water going to cities like this,” she says.

Ms Ng explains that the city’s rapid growth, which is driving more and more people into the suburbs, has led the cost of water to be driven up as more and more water is needed for irrigation, water storage and transport from the city’s industrial regions.

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