CEF Director Interviewed on Public Radio International

Oct 11, 2007

Next summer's Olympic games have brought international attention to China's pollution, as many athletes have decided to stay in Korea, only going to Beijing to compete. Warren Olney interviewed CEF's Dr. Jennifer Turner, along with Deborah Seligsohn from World Resources Institute and Barbara Finnamore at Natural Resources Defense Council, to discuss the extent of China's environmental damage on Public Radio International's To the Point. The discussion of international implications and climate change continues with Jim Watson at Sussex University and William Overholt at the Center for Asia Pacific Policy.

Click here to listen to the entire program.

For more on China's Green Olympics see CEF's September 26th meeting: China's Green Olympics: A Lasting Impact?

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