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Great context for Copenhagen: what might be possible re: China's environment. Attitudes, examples, politics, society.
"China has a long and colorful history that has culminated in rapid urban development. In western China, where significant wilderness areas still remain, the country is a biodiversity hotspot that is under threat. In this audio lecture, Peking University Professor LÃ¼ Zhi discusses the history that has led to Chinaâ€™s environmental problems. She also shares three examples of situations that represent how ecological improvements can be made, even in a relatively poor country. LÃ¼ shares her experience with a group of students about to leave for a service learning trip to China organized by the Stanford Center for Social Innovation's Public Management Program to explore energy and environmental issues."