China: The Time to Act is Now
On July 26, 126 countries voted in the General Assembly in favor of the United Nations declaring access to a clean and healthy environment as a universal human right. China was one of the countries that abstained. What implications does this abstention have for the “environmental multilateralism” of the United Nations? Paulina Garzón analyzes it in this blog.
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