Jim Watson

Senior Fellow, Sussex Energy Group

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Senior Fellow at the Sussex Energy Group at the University of Sussex in England, he has conducted research on energy and the environment in China since the late 1990’s

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As China strives to be an economic colossus, hundreds of thousands of people are dying prematurely from un-breathable air and contaminated water.

Explosive Growth in China Causes Explosive Pollution Problems

As China strives to be an economic colossus, hundreds of thousands of people are dying prematurely from un-breathable air and contaminated water.

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