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HardTalk in China: Changhua Wu

Changhua Wu and Stephen Sackur
Changhua Wu and Stephen Sackur

In a HardTalk interview first broadcast on Wednesday 26th March, Stephen Sackur talks to Changhua Wu, Greater China director for The Climate Group.

China's impressive economic performance may help to prevent a global slow-down, but how big a toll will it take on the environment?

The government's repeatedly made it clear that it will not curb emissions at the expense of growth.

Changhua Wu is the Greater China Director of The Climate Group, a non-profit organisation dedicated to advancing business and government leadership on climate change.

What kind of action is she pressing for, and how successful can she hope to be?

HARDtalk is broadcast on BBC World at 04:30h GMT, 09:30h GMT, 14:30h GMT, 21:30h GMT and 23:30h GMT.

Hardtalk can also be seen on BBC News 24 at 04:30h & 23:30h.

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