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Dialogue 20120322 World Water Day

03-23-2012 06:21 BJT

Poll: Water Crisis     (Total Votes:Loading)
1.Does your city have water crisis?
A. Yes
B. No
C. I don't know
2.What do you think is the most urgent things for solving water crisis?
A. Reduce water pollution
B. Reuse and recycle water
C. Set up regulations
D. Improve conservation of water
E. Others
3.Which of the following do you do in daily life?
A. Not rinse your hands, clothes or vegetables under a running tap – do so in a bowl or sink.
B. Turn off the tap while brushing teeth, soaping hands or shaving.
C. Take short showers instead of baths.
D. Only run washing machines or dishwashers with a full load, and cut down the rinse cycle if possible.
E. Use water saving devices, e.g. water efficient showerhead, water tap and washing machine.
F. Others


Dialogue 20120322 World Water Day

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Host: Tian Wei

Tian Wei

Studio Guest:

Li Bo, Executive Director, Friends of Nature

Ma Jun, Director of Inst. of Public & Environmental Affairs

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Isabel Hilton, Editor of

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