Deborah Seligsohn

World Resources Institute

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Beijing-based consultant and China Program Director of the Climate, Energy and Pollution Program for the World Resources Institute; former foreign service officer in China

Deborah Seligsohn on KCRW

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Although the  US Census Bureau  says it'll happen sometime in March, the United Nations says the world's population will reach  seven billion  sometime today, creating new challenges…

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