Guardian Liberty VoiceTesla Goes Wireless in ChinaGuardian Liberty VoiceThe belief is that replacing normal petroleum-based automobiles with electric cars will greatly reduce the air pollution. China has been encouraging electric transportation options, and the deal going through between the wireless company and Tesla will ...
Fear Of Russia Pushes Europe Back To CoalCanada Free PressTo tackle air pollution, China is planning to build 60 coal-to-gas plants. The CO2 released would equal three-quarters of all energy-related CO2 in the U.S., far more than China currently produces by burning coal.—Jack Chang, The Associated Press, ...and more »
Hydrogen Fuel NewsChina's focus on renewable energy is paying offHydrogen Fuel NewsChina has been fighting its air pollution problem for years now, but the country may be finally making progress in this ambitious endeavor. Emissions from the country's massive industrial sector and transportation space have choked many of its largest ...and more »
Big Coal's Plans For The Pacific Northwest Take A Major HitHuffington PostMore: Coal Exports Coal Pollution Oregon Coal Exports Pacific Northwest Coal Dust Coal Industry Big Coal Native Americans Diesel Air Pollution China Oregon Washington Coal. Suggest a correction. Around the Web. Fact Sheet: 5 Things You Should Know ...and more »
Asian Scientist MagazineClimate Change Could Undermine Food SecurityAsian Scientist MagazineTwins Provide Clues For Fighting Cancer · Pheromone That Turns On Female Goats Found. Tags: Air Pollution, China, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Climate Change, Food Security, Hong Kong · Share on Facebook Facebook Share; Email · Convert to ...and more »
New Air Quality Index May Help India's Cities Breathe EasierHuffington PostThese days in New Delhi, white shirts stay a lot whiter after a long day outside than they did in the late 1990s. Back then, India was in the thick of rapid industrialization, and millions of cars were being introduced to the roads. The actual ...and more »
China's Environmental CatastropheEpoch TimesChina's unbridled and coal-dependent development serves as the direct cause of air pollution. China consumes half of the coal in the world, used to fuel the world's second-largest economy. Air pollution has caused great harm to human health. Based on a ...
What Beijing Abandoning Coal Means for the Rest of the WorldThe New RepublicThe Chinese government may have just signaled that it's serious about fighting climate change—although, as with all political developments in China, it's difficult to be sure. The signal came on Monday, when Beijing's Municipal Environmental ...and more »