Blog Category - Health & Environment
Writing up a survey conducted about whether you
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...
The days of Chongli being a sleepy rural Hebei district are quickly coming to an end, and the area becomes a focal point for both good and bad new
Many Beijing pollution fighters have already read the article that ran in the...
A Shanghai-based project, Tata, is aiming to provide more information for the LGBT+ community with regards to safe spaces throughout the country.
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
While the argument over whether or not...
If you’ve ever bought a gym membership only to find 12 months have passed and you can’t remember the last time you actually went, then Beijing’s n
Ever since the Fukushima nuclear disaster happened in 2011, Chinese consumers have been worried over the threat of irradiated food imported from J
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.
Now that January 2017 is in the bag, how’d we do on air quality? Not good.