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CHINA-ENVIRONMENT/CLIMATE
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August 10, 2009
A man trims a tree in front of his make-shift home in a Hutong area that was recently demolished in central...
Beijing, China
A man trims a tree in front of his make-shift home in a Hutong area that was recently demolished in central...
A man trims a tree in front of his make-shift home in a Hutong area that was recently demolished in central Beijing August 10, 2009. The Chinese government's first focus should remain lifting tens of millions out of poverty, the country's climate change ambassador said last week, with China still having around 150 million people living in poverty, if it uses the United Nations benchmark of those living on US$2 a day or less. However China sets its domestic benchmark for absolute poverty slightly lower. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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