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Joshua Muldavin

China's not alone in environmental crisis

By Joshua Muldavin
December 19, 2007

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BEIJING LEADERS FROM around the world gathered these past two weeks at the Bali climate change talks to chart our collective future. Looking out my window in Beijing through the dense haze that envelops this powerful city with world-record levels of smog, dust, and deadly pollution, it is easy to understand why many there perceived China as the Godzilla of ... (Full article: 708 words)

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