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Earth Focus speaks with Jonathan Watts, Asia environmental correspondent for UK's The Guardian about his new book "When a Billion Chinese Jump". Watts traveled more than 100,000 miles across China, looking at cancer villages, toxic air and water pollution and issues that may affect China's ability to feed itself -- melting glaciers and acute water shortages. The environment is now recognized as a security issue in China and Watts addresses how the Chinese leadership is responding. The choices that the world's most populated country makes in the years ahead will have global impact.
LinkAsia | Mar 19
Shanghai's Huangpu River, one of the city's main water sources, was filled to the brim this past week with the rotting corpses of almost 3,000 pigs...