China, nature and climate change: rescue or destruction?

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In this presentation, writer, broadcaster and editor Isabel Hilton will talk about China Dialogue (中外对话), an independent, non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting a common understanding of China’s environmental challenges.

Isabel will explain what prompted her to launch the organisation in 2006, why it still matters and what has changed over the years – both good and bad.

With both COP26 (Glasgow) and COP15 (Kunming) taking place this year, 2021 will be a critical year for climate change and biodiversity.

Join us to understand the issues and the role that China is playing as a key actor in the future of our climate and environment.

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About Isabel Hilton

Isabel Hilton (MA, D.Litt, FRSA, OBE) is a London based writer and broadcaster, and founder and senior advisor to the China Dialogue Trust. CDT publishes www.chinadialogue.net, an innovative, fully bilingual Chinese English website devoted to building a shared approach on climate change and environmental issues with China.

Based in London, chinadialogue launched in 2006 and is now recognised as a unique, independent source of information on environmental and climate issues, widely read in China and in more than 200 countries around the world. It now has offices in Beijing, Delhi and Sao Paolo and has generated four further, related projects: www.thethirdpole.net; www.indiaclimatedialogue.net; www.dialogochino.net and www.chinadialogueocean.net

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