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Australia, China collaborate on climate change

Australia, China collaborate on climate change

Updated 19 July 2013, 15:27 AEST

Six universities in Australia and China are joining research efforts to come up with some answers to the many challenges climate change presents.

The Chinese institutions include Tsinghua, Fudan and Wuhan universities, as well as the Beijing Institute of Technology.

The Australian partners include the Universities of New South Wales and Melbourne, and the Australian National University.

The project is being funded by $300,000 from the Australian government

Presenter:Karon Snowdon

Speaker: Frank Jotzo, the Director of the ANU's Centre for Climate Economics & Policy

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