As part of a series on young environmentalists in the BBC's Generation Next season, Quentin Sommerville in Wenzhou meets teenagers exposing animal rights abuses and environmental damage in China's industrial...

As part of a series on young environmentalists in the BBC's Generation Next season, Quentin Sommerville in Wenzhou meets teenagers exposing animal rights abuses and environmental damage in China's industrial heartland.

In a report today the BBC highlights the example of activists from the 2000 members of Green Eyes China, a young person's environmental group which is working to expose the animal rights abuses and environmental damage.

They face a huge challenge. China's environmental record is one of the poorest in the world, and animal rights are a relatively new concept. Acid rain falls on around at third of the country, the water in most of its rivers is unfit to drink or fish in. Campaigners say that the country is on the brink of environmental collapse. Even the government agrees.

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