What Does Sustainability in China Mean to You?

Sunday, August 17, 2008 10:43
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Last week, Charlie McElwee from Squire, Sanders, & Dempsey sat down with me to discuss environmental law in China.  Charlie is someone I met through the What if, What Else, and What are the Odds roundtables I put together last year, and ever since I have been following his blog China Environmental Law.

One of the clips from this interview, the rest I have posted on Crossroads, I thought would be interesting as a catalyst for conversation on All Roads.

Within Shanghai there are probably 20 people that I know of/ speak to who are somehow involved with this topic, and one of the interesting things about this topic is that everyone has their own definition of sustainability.

This is Charlie’s.

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So, now that you have heard Charlie’s definition, what is yours?

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