Blog Tag - Airpocalypse
We're past the two-month mark for 2017.
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...
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
Now that January 2017 is in the bag, how’d we do on air quality? Not good.
Beijing’s restaurateurs are breathing sighs of relief in every sense of the word: Last week's record-breaking smog levels not only affected the qu
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
It may seem hard to believe given we're in the midst of an ugly stretch of some of the worst air in recent memory, but Beijing’s air in 2016 was 8
In the latest victory of bureaucracy over common sense, Beijing's Communication University has told students they need a doctor's note and a perso
Fresh on the heels of last week's...
Whenever a new mask enters the market I am super eager to test it
With 75 percent of 2016 in the can, Beijing's air has been 10 percent better than last year, a trend that we endorse with a deep, deep breath and
While we must keep in mind that the glass is still half full (2016 has been a better year for air in Beijing than 2015), the harsh reality is that
How far would you go to curry favor with China?
Five surrounding cities will join Beijing in a trial adjustment of the Air Quality