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Acknowledgements This essay would not be done so smoothly without the help of my geography professor Laird Keir Mitchell of Glencairn who spent his time for advise and guided me to the resources that I needed Also I would like to show my appreciation to my school with the massive amount of books reverse in the library and thus I could easily pick what I needed Last but not least thanks to the IB programme with extended essay which gave me opportunity to extend my interest and concern outside the classroom Abstract Green Olympics means to prepare Olympic Games in accordance with the principle of sustainable development --Beijing Olympic official site Green symbolizes life and peace and a Green Olympics is to prepare for Games in accordance with principles of sustainable development As it is a core theme of the coming Olympics Summer Games the Chinese Government has been adopting various policies to achieve it However can the Chinese Government keep its promise As I can see the current air condition here in Beijing it has no way to bring the city into an environmental friendly standard The reality of Green Olympics Beijing China 2008 has been chosen as my topic due to my passion in human geography and sociology I am going to talk about the three main reasons of causing the citys air the explosion of car ownership massive carbon emission and numberless construction sites and in the meantime I will talk about how the Government react to them by apposing different policies and how they work At the end my conclusion is that the Chinese Government could fail to keep its promise and therefore Green Olympics could only be a dream And at the very end I bring up few questions that I have been wondering for long such as will the Chinese Government keep cleaning the city after the Games And how can a
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