Interview with the UK Minister of Environment
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Joan Ruddock has been the Labour MP for Lewisham, Deptford since 1987. She attended Pontypool Grammar School for Girls in Wales, and later went on to study Botany and Chemistry at Imperial College, London. She is currently in the UK Government, we discussed with her about climate, environment, science.
- Pollution in China and the EU counterpart, where is the balance?
- What do you think is the best approach for raising environment awareness in third world countries?
- Bottom up or top down?
- Will the Kyoto agreement succe
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