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Over the past few decades, China has emerged as a formidable and growing economic powerhouse. But rampant air and water pollution are unfortunate by-products of increased industrialization and consumerism. Greater uses of alternative energy and stricter government regulations are taking hold, albeit slowly, but China’s – as well as the rest of the world’s – ecological future remains uncertain. getAbstract recommends this revealing report to business executives, policy makers and environmentalists with an eye on China’s growing threat to the global environment.

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  • How growing pollution threatens China,
  • What impact China’s environmental issues have on the rest of the world
  • What steps the Chinese government is taking to head off ecological catastrophe.
 

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Photos of Chinese citizens walking the smog-filled streets of Beijing with surgical masks over their faces have become common. In January 2013, during one of Beijing’s worst pollution episodes, the region’s 200 coal-fired power plants and five million automobiles produced so much smog that the air had...

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