Green Front Ep. 1: White pollution control in China

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China is pushing to achieve its carbon neutrality goal in the fight against the global challenge of climate change. In the first episode of CGTN’s “Green Front”, Kate Kui digs up the reasons behind plastic pollution and unearths solutions to make the plastic economy more sustainable, from the level of policy-making to each individual. Green Front is a brand-new program launched on CGTN Global Business. It is an in-depth news report series covering carbon peak and carbon neutrality. The program features exclusive interviews with global sector leaders and observes the challenges we are facing while fulfilling our commitment to make the Earth a better place to live.

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