Blog Tag - Air Pollution
As the first published author of New Zealand's Māori Aboriginal minority, Witi Ihimaera has taken tales that are very specific to his culture and
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When Beijing gets crazily hazy, many of us scurry indoors, but that's often not nearly enough to get out of harm's way.
Though you wouldn't know it – based on the abysmally high AQI levels we've put up with over the past couple of days – the operation of Beijing's l
If you think Beijing's horrendous pollution levels couldn't get any worse, then brace yourself for more bad news.
After a recent spate of crystal clear blue skies we'd almost forgotten about the smog but even though the AQI is creeping back up again there may
Every time the sun sets on the Beijinger's editorial offices, we lament the fact that there's still so much we never got to that day.
As public awareness continues to increase over the dangers of air pollution, Chinese consumers have turned to home air purifiers for protection.
As great as life in Beijing can be, there are times when the sky isn't so blue, it takes too long to get somewhere, and you may be wishing you'd r
Beijing authorities’ previous attempts to control the pollution problem have focused on reducing emissions from factories and power plants.
Seven out of 10 China residents are unhappy about smog and 71 percent claim to wear masks on smoggy days, a recent survey detailed in the...
Beijing's sharing economy has taken a huge step forward with the recent announcement that some...
Beijing mayor Cai Qi has announced government plans to further reduce coal burning within the municipality by 30 percent this year.
A recent debate on providing public works employees extra pay for working in polluted air has got us thinking: How hard can it be to supply these
You know the drill by now: the AQI is pushing 300 for the fifth day in a row and you're starting to just feel generally gross.