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Under the Dome

March 21, 2015

While it takes a page (or a slide) from Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, Under the Dome has the potential to be much more effective, as air pollution’s direct impact on her audience of 1+ billion Chinese resonates far more than the global tragedy of climate change. In fact, not a mention of climate change, rather a focus on the possible link to her child’s tumour. China’s government is justifiability afraid of its exposé of the complete lack of enforcement of environmental regulations.

The film notes proudly that China’s development accomplished in 30 years what took other nations’ 100 years. Let’s hope it can move even faster along the environmental Kuznet’s curve.

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