VIDEO: Will China’s New Plan to Reduce Pollution Work?

China rolled out a detailed plan to reduce pollution, pledging to cut back on the use of coal. The WSJ’s Deborah Kan speaks with Li Yan of Greenpeace about what changes to expect and how this plan is bolder than previous ones.

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