Blog Tag - Air Pollution
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.
A leading expert in Chinese traditional medicine (TCM) says "anti-smog teas" are n
Beijing's PM2.5 concetration reached a mere 647 micrograms per cubic meter at its peak during Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) celebrations, dow
The good news: an online rumor that China is censoring air pollution warnings that made the rounds overnight has turned out to be false.
Beijing will spend RMB 18.2 billion (USD 2.6 billion) on pollution alleviation in 2017, although the municipal government has only set its PM2.5 a
Air pollution is proving to be expensive for the same Beijing-area factories that are making it, prompting an exodus to other regions.
Beijing's hazy horizons have not only become an obsession for those dwelling in the Chinese capital, but also for onlookers from abroad who have t
Beijing has taken a giant step forward torwards equipping public schools with air purification machines, thereby providing students a breath of fr
Congratulations, contemporary Beijing residents: You now have new pollution bragging rights, as you have survived the worst week of air on record
With all of our worrying about the pollution's affect on our lungs, it's easy to forget about our body's biggest organ: our skin.
A brand new year brings more of the same for Beijing as yet another red alert for severe air pollution was issued this past week.