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The SOAS China Institute will be hosting its forth annual lecture where senior-level China experts from different sectors will explore the topic ‘Beyond Ideologies: China’s Experience in Confronting the Global Environmental Crisis’ and offer their personal and professional insights.

The second largest economy and ‘the factory of the world’ China occupies a pivotal place in the global efforts to confront the environmental challenges. This takes on new currency as the current president of largest economy and the world’s only remaining superpower, Donald Trump, is sceptical of climate change and unwilling to take a leading role in the search for solutions. If all eyes are not yet on China, they may well do in the coming few years.

For further information about the event, visit us here or email sci@soas.ac.uk.

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