Today on Planet 100: Chinese Climate Strippers (Video)
Today, on Planet 100, activists in China drop their pants, therapists help couples with eco-arguments, and green jobs blast into the future.On Monday, a group of 20 climate activists in China rode the subway in their underwear to protest their country's high-carbon practices. The action was especially daring because it was staged in China—a place that is not known for its tolerance of protests or public displays of indecency.
Meanwhile, in the United States, couples therapists a confronting a new challenge: mediating between partners who disagree on eco-living. According to the New York Times, some therapists have come to view the issue as "morally divisive."
Finally, a study conducted in the UK suggests that cutting edge careers of the future—everything from hi-tech organic farming to climate specialists—will be dominated by green jobs.
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