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It's a provocative move expected to result in a major legal battle.
China might have a solution to its pollution problem -building ‘forest' cities for its citizens.
Poor air quality causes nearly 1.1 million people to die prematurely in India each year, the study says.
This Winter Poland has been struggling with the unusually polluted air. It's the news of the week not only in Poland. The
GOOD IDEAS Source collapseofindustrialcivilization.com The strategy is sure to speed transition to clean renewable energy
However, the future situation of China's smog is not that optimistic. Some are pessimistic about the issue, claiming that
It sounds whimsical, but Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde turned his sustainable design experiment into reality.
Delhi, India currently has some of the world's worst air pollution. Dave Morris/Flickr, CC BY While air pollution is known
The future offers tremendous environmental risk from urbanization, as well as incredible potential to bring nature's power to cities, and I'm sure of one thing: Whatever happens, China will be at the center.
Concerns over China's economic and environmental crises should not be dismissed quickly. But they also present an opportunity. China's modern history could very well be that of an environmental revolution.
Several cities have banned fireworks because of air pollution.
What's missing is the political will to abandon an existing model based on asphalt, oil, speed and consumption in order to embrace a new political and administrative paradigm.