Environment: Italy comes to China’s aid


Unbreathable air, rivers used as dumps, and uncontrolled urbanization: the environment is paying a very high price for the remarkable growth of the Chinese economy. Aware of this, Beijing has begun to ask other countries, including Italy, for help, as Corrado Clini, General Director of the Italian Ministry of Environment and head of the task force of experts working in China, explains in this interview.

Unbreathable air, rivers used as dumps, and uncontrolled urbanization: the environment is paying a very high price for the remarkable growth of the Chinese economy. Aware of this, Beijing has begun to ask other countries, including Italy, for help, as Corrado Clini, General Director of the Italian Ministry of Environment and head of the task force of experts working in China, explains in this interview.

 

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