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Tag Archives: airpocalypse
Beijing’s smog is increasingly toxic for China’s politicians
As Beijing faces the possibility of another ‘airpocalypse’ this winter, the Chinese people are more environmentally conscious and increasingly willing to protest against dangerous pollution The smog is back and the threat of another “airpocalypse” hangs heavy over Beijing. Late … Continue reading
Nine Chinese cities suffered more days of severe smog than Beijing
Photographs of a smog-wreathed Tiananmen Square and the iconic headquarters of China Central Television dominated reports of Chinese pollution last year, but analysis shows nine other Chinese cities suffered more days of severe smog than the capital in 2013. The … Continue reading
China launches new measures to tackle air pollution
China’s cabinet has outlined measures aimed at improving the country’s air pollution problems, which have plagued many of its larger cities over recent years. One of the main measures, announced in state media over the weekend, is a target to … Continue reading
Two Major Air Pollutants Increase in China
In the first three months of this year, levels of two major air pollutants increased by almost 30 percent here in the Chinese capital, over the same period in 2012, according to a report on Wednesday by a Chinese news … Continue reading
Chinese struggle through ‘airpocalypse’ smog
Hu Li’s heart sank when she realised that she could gauge how close she was to home by the colour of the air. Driving 140 kilometres from Tianjin City to Beijing last week, she held her breath as the chalky-white … Continue reading