Blog Tag - AQI
Many Beijing pollution fighters have already read the article that ran in the...
Beijing mayor Cai Qi has announced government plans to further reduce coal burning within the municipality by 30 percent this year.
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
The operators of a popular pollution monitoring app installed on tens of thousands of phones in Beijing have been told to cap its highest AQI read
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It’s just a couple of weeks into 2017, and many of us are still in the midst of trying to fulfill recently made New Year’s resolutions to get out
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
For those of us Beijingers who keep our eyes constantly glued to AQI apps and monitors, neurotically checking for updated readings to keep our pre
Congratulations, contemporary Beijing residents: You now have new pollution bragging rights, as you have survived the worst week of air on record
Beijingers feeling stifled and distraught by last week's oppressive red alert level smog might be all the more upset by the news that local coal m
Like an apocalyptic disaster flick, the plot of 2016's...
As if we didn't already have enough to worry about when it comes Beijing's air
Well, so much for the supposed "smog free tower."
Beijing is aiming to super soak its way to clearer skies with pollution-fighting water can
Most of us Beijing dwellers have bought an air purifier ahead of the capital's smoggy winter season, and assumed that such a device would be enoug