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2012-10 New York Times Tom Friedman op-ed. "China Needs Its Own Dream"

2012-10 New York Times Tom Friedman op-ed. "China Needs Its Own Dream"

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2012-10 2nd Sino-German Stakeholder Forum of the Low Carbon Future Cities. The China Dream by Charlie Mathews

2012-10 2nd Sino-German Stakeholder Forum of the Low Carbon Future Cities. The China Dream by Charlie Mathews

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2012-10 The Guardian, "Building a vision of the Chinese dream"

2012-10 The Guardian, "Building a vision of the Chinese dream"

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Fortune Sustainability Summit in Beijing

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Fortune Most Powerful Women Dinner

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WEF Tianjin

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WEF YGL Phoenix TV Sustainability Panel

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Hosting Thomas Friedman in Shanghai

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2012-09 Vogue China, "Powerful Women Who Better the World"

2012-09 Vogue China, "Powerful Women Who Better the World"

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China Dream workshop Tongji Sino-Finnish

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LSE and UCL Delegation

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Hillary Step award ceremony and panel

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China Dream Workshop with Saatchi

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2012-07 Climate Bonds Initiative talk

2012-07 Climate Bonds Initiative talk

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2012-07 Hillary Step award for climate change solutions presented to JUCCCE Chairperson Peggy Liu at New Zealand High Commission in London

2012-07 Hillary Step award for climate change solutions presented to JUCCCE Chairperson Peggy Liu at New Zealand High Commission in London

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2012-07 London Green Monday

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2012-06 Solutions Journal , special issue for UN Rio + 20, "Sustainable Consumerism Begins in China"

2012-06 Solutions Journal , special issue for UN Rio + 20, "Sustainable Consumerism Begins in China"

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2012-06 The Guardian "China dream: a lifestyle movement with sustainability at its heart"

2012-06 The Guardian "China dream: a lifestyle movement with sustainability at its heart"

It is hard to imagine that China could one day lead the world in going green when you look at the smog-filled skies that are everyday reality there.

The government knows that energy fuels the growth of nations, and that China's dependence on foreign energy imports creates a national security risk. People, both rich and poor, are worried about pollution-induced cancers in villages and babies dying from consuming toxic milk.

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2012-06 sustainablebrands.com “Moving from Green to Green-Gilded in China”

2012-06 sustainablebrands.com “Moving from Green to Green-Gilded in China”

by Peggy Liu

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WWF Netherlands 50th NEXT at Eneco

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