The Chinese government announced recently that it will establish a "green GDP system" in an attempt to balance its economic needs with its environmental problems. Its economy has been growing at an unprecedented rate, at the expense of natural resources and air quality. Host Steve Curwood talks with the Council on Foreign Relations' Elizabeth Economy about China's environmental history, and how its new strategy might work.
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