chapter; Dave Hubbel for compiling and proofing all the references; Peter Somers, for his help with the terminology.For their professional assistance and encouragement, we are grateful to BaruchBoxer, David Dawdy, Chris Elliott, Peter Goodwin, David Melville, Wu Mei, andZhou Peiyuan.For their legal advice on the professional responsibilities of Canadian engineerswho work on international projects, we wish to express our sincere appreciationto Carolina Gallo, Rick Glofcheski, Harald Mattson, Mark Mattson, and PaulSeitz. Above all we would like to thank the contributors to this book for their time,expertise, and dedication. And finally, Probe International would like to thank its 20,000 individualsupporters, the Beldon Fund, and the Margaret Laurence Fund for their generoussupport, which made the publication of this book possible.
About the contributors
About the Editors
Gráinne Ryder worked as an engineer in Thailand on village water supplyprojects for three years before joining Probe International in 1987 as a water resources researcher. She headed an international effort to stop the ThreeGorges Project until 1990 when she returned to Thailand to coordinate acampaign against a series of dams on the Mekong River.Margaret Barber joined Probe International in 1990 with a degree in economicsand geography. Her work on the Three Gorges issue has included preparingcases opposing Canadian involvement in the project for submission to the