China’s place in the climate crisis fight | Jane Goodall on Talking Post with Yonden Lhatoo

China’s place in the climate crisis fight | jane goodall on talking post with yonden lhatoo

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “China’s place in the climate crisis fight | Jane Goodall on Talking Post with Yonden Lhatoo” – below is their description.

World renowned conservationist Jane Goodall has travelled the globe in her fight to protect the natural world. So with the spotlight on global superpowers in the face of the climate crisis, how does China’s response stack up? In this episode of Talking Post, the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute sits down with Post chief news editor Yonden Lhatoo to discuss China’s role in conservation, climate change and why she still has hope for the future.

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