Description China is growing fast, and as it grows it is faced with urgent environmental challenges. Environmental costs may account for 10 percent of China's GDP, and the effects of pollution, desertification, and climate change are already beginning to be felt within China and outside her borders. These problems are not confined to one country: They are challenges that concern all the world's citizens, but the rise of China gives them a new urgency. Tackling these challenges will require a common effort and common understanding. chinadialogue aims to promote that common understanding. By establishing the world's first fully bilingual website devoted to the environment, chinadialogue promotes direct dialogue and the search for solutions to shared environmental challenges.

Related Person Isabel Hilton,
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Focus: Business, Cities, Communication, Conservation, Culture, Diplomacy, Energy, Environment, Globalization, Sustainability, Transportation, China, United Kingdom, United States, Americas, Asia, Europe, Global

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