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  • Beijing will take tough steps to control air pollution during the APEC senior officials meeting in the city by launching stricter emergency actions than called for if a pollution warning is issued. China is hosting the Third Senior Officials Meeting...

  • Beijing - Over half of Beijing residents are okay with an environmental tax, a survey showed. The annual survey, launched at the end of 2013 by Beijing Environmental Protection Publicity Center and Tsinghua University, revealed that public awareness...

  • Tibet remains the most virgin land in China. Most assistance fund from the rest of China goes to infrastructures of electricity, water, transportation, housing and education on the plateau. Da Qiong / China Daily Protecting Tibets ecology is Chinas r...

  • While attending an auction to obtain Chinas first pollution permit in 2008, Tian Yu admits he lacked even the foggiest notion of what he was bidding on. Frankly speaking, the other participants and I knew little about what pollution permit trading wa...

  • Efforts now well underway to curb coal consumption, increase use of renewable energy China is now the worlds largest emitter of carbon dioxide, and there is talk that it is considering setting an absolute cap on such emissions from 2016. Since early...

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