Two Thousand People Attend Lecture on Ecological Destruction of Western China

China Environment Forum Coordinator Speaks at Chautauqua Institution

Aug 09, 2005

During the Chautauqua Institution's "Why Geography Matters" lecture series (July 18-22, 2005), Dr. Jennifer Turner—-coordinator of the China Environment Forum-—spoke to an audience of 2,000 on the domestic, regional, and global implications of ecological destruction in western China. Read the article published in the Chautauquan Daily.

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