We have posted many times on China's environmental problems and Elizabeth Economy's view on this (click the China label in the sidebar). She is certainly getting a lot of mileage out of her analysis. She now talks to Bloomberg for those that prefer to listen instead of reading.
Elizabeth Economy Says China Too Soft on Curbing Pollution
Dec. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Elizabeth Economy, director of Asia studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, spoke yesterday with Bloomberg's Tom Keene from New York about the environmental challenges facing China. (Source: Bloomberg)
The other is from Dr. Llewellyn, senior economic policy adviser for Europe at Lehman Brothers Holdings who "spoke about the search for global warming solutions that don't dampen worldwide economic growth and elaborated on his own climate strategy involving a combination of greenhouse-gas emissions regulations and expansion of carbon-trading markets." (Bloomberg press release).
Llewellyn Says Global Warming Interest Is `Accelerating'
Dec. 18 (Bloomberg) -- John Llewellyn, senior economic policy advisor for Europe at Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., spoke on Dec. 13 with Bloomberg's Tom Keene from London about the search for solutions to global warming without dampening worldwide economic growth and Llewellyn's strategy involving a combination of greenhouse-gas emissions regulations and expansion of carbon-trading markets. (Source: Bloomberg)