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Greening the Olympics and China on Energy Experts Live Talk Radio with David Kates

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China has spent billions of dollars on renewable power generation, green buildings and clean, efficient vehicles to improve Beijing's air and water quality for the Olympics. But has enough been done in a country with so many people, vehicles, and such economic growth? Dr. Jan Hamrin helped to craft China's 2005 Renewable Energy Promotion Law. Theodore Oben heads the United Nations Environment Programme's youth and sports unit. Dr. Mark Levine leads Lawrence Berkeley National Lab's China Energy Group and is a co-founder of the Beijing Energy Efficiency Center. Ray Cheung is a senior associate at the World Resources Inst. where he studies Chinese firms developing cost-effective, energy-saving technologies for industry.
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Olympics
Beijing China
green building
emissions pollution
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