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GLOBAL WATCH: Global Warming and the Environment | PBS

Duration: 02:35

  • Global Watch

    Program: Global Watch

As China's economy grows, so does pressure to clean up its environment. Among China's critics is the United States. This is an excerpt of a Global Watch report exploring why the Chinese question America's right to criticize them about pollution.

Global Watch, a PBS program anchored by international broadcast journalist Daljit Dhaliwal, goes beyond the headlines from London to Beijing to see how the world perceives the U.S.

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Post Date: March 21, 2008