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chinadialogue 2016 quiz

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Who launched a green energy fund on the day the Paris Agreement came into force?

How much money did the Disney film Born in Nature earn in its first six weeks at the box office?

What does the abbreviation HFC stand for?

China’s carbon emissions could fall to 43% of their 2010 level by 2050 if…

The rooftop gardens Shanghai was planning to build in 2016 cover an area roughly equivalent to?

What is the most trafficked animal in the world?

Chengdu in China’s Sichuan province has established a green partnership with which German city?

How many times has the global solar market doubled since 2000?

An area of vegetation equivalent to how many football pitches will be cleared to construct a giant transmission line from the Belo Monte dam in Brazil to a substation in Rio de Janeiro?

Environmental conflicts claimed the lives of record numbers of activists in 2015, a report published by NGO Global Witness in June revealed. What was the number one cause of conflict?

Peru's new president Pedro Pablo Kucynski expressed doubts about a Chinese-backed transcontinental railway in September. Why?

What were the estimated climate and health costs of Chinese banks' more than US$117 billion in loans to national governments for energy projects since 2007, according to figures released in May?

In March, the Argentine coastguard sank a Chinese vessel fishing illegally in its waters. What were they fishing for?

This year, Chinese scientists detected record levels of pollution on the Tibetan plateau. Where is most of it coming from?

This year the fortunes of a small village in the mountains of Nepal was transformed by demand from China for what product?

Which country – a key partner in China's one belt one road initiative and one of the major recipients of Chinese coal and energy investment – describes the strength of their friendship with China as: "higher than the Himalayas, deeper than the oceans, stronger than steel, dearer than eyesight, sweeter than honey"

Jia Pingwa's powerful new novel released this year sheds light on the plight of rural communities across China by focusing on what key issue?

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