Each year an average of 3 trillion cubic meters of water passes over China in clouds, and only 20 percent of it falls on the ground, according to the China Meteorological Administration. And as extreme weather events such as drought and flooding afflict regions, damaging crops, protecting and providing adequate water for the nation's farming areas have become of the utmost importance. China has set another plan to boost its annual grain yield to 550 million tons by 2020, and this rainmaking initiative will ensure that this marker is kept.
Safe or not, the government is head strong on its pursuits. Do you think controlling mother nature is a crime? Or maybe its not a crime, but is it the right thing to do? If so, when and where?