Alex Wang

UCLA

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Professor of environmental law at UCLA; former director of the National Resources Defense Council's China environmental law project in Beijing

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The US and China are the biggest polluters on Earth, and presidents of both countries want every nation on earth to sign an accord to fight greenhouse gases.

An LA Climate Conference with China

The US and China are the biggest polluters on Earth, and presidents of both countries want every nation on earth to sign an accord to fight greenhouse gases.

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