Tuesday 13th March, 2012
5:00pm to 6:00pm
Quite often we read news of *China's* environmental problems, but much of the spadework to find green solutions -- from cleaning urban waterways to shuttering polluting factories to planning sustainable transportation -- is happening at a city level. Some cities are more successful than others, because of both better leadership and more generous funding to environmental priorities. Christina Larson, a writer for Foreign Policy magazine who has traveled widely throughout China, will walk us through a few of its experimental urban jungles, including northern Shenyang, southern Guilin, and the capital, Beijing.
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