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"You cannot tell people who are struggling to earn enough to eat that they need to reduce their emissions," said Lu Xuedu, the deputy director general of the Chinese Office of Global Environmental Affairs.
Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
True,at least the western world is slowly waking up to alternatives.
Hope you are right that this may make other countries take notice-
Although it may have a bad effect-
Big polluters could say"We`re not going to do anything until China sorts itself out-they are the biggest polluter."