Video | The Pulitzer Center and China’s Growing Sands, on Foreign Exchange


The above video is an episode of Foreign Exchange, a weekly American TV show dedicated to covering global current affairs, hosted by journalist Daljit Dhaliwal.

Last week’s episode was devoted entirely to the current global water crisis and featured heavily the work of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and its work on covering the issues surrounding this crisis across the globe.

As many readers of this blog will know, I was fortunate enough to receive a grant from the Pulitzer Center earlier this year to continue my work on desertification in China. In this episode of Foreign Exchange, Jon Sawyer, the director of the Pulitzer Center, presents my work as part of the center’s coverage.

If you have the time, please do watch the entire episode as it is a fascinating insight into the work that the Pulitzer Center is doing across the world. As you watch, look out for John talking about my ‘China’s Growing Sands’ project, just over half the way through the half-hour programme.

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