Harvard's Gallagher says U.S. automakers have not allowed for clean tech in China
As China's energy consumption continues to increase, the country is battling intense pollution in its major cities. During today's E&ETV Event Coverage, panelists at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace discuss the future of China's energy security and sustainability. Harvard University's Kelly Sims Gallagher and World Resources Institute's David Jhirad weigh in on how the United States can affect China's energy policy. Gallagher discusses China's automobile industry and its foreign joint ventures with DaimlerChrysler, General Motors and Ford. She discusses how these relationships have contributed to China's high emissions.