31.For clean air, we need concerted efforts
By Song Guojun
President Xi Jinping has reiterated the importance of combating air pollution, and emphasized that a blue sky also brings happiness. To improve the quality of air we breathe, emission control technologies have to be improved to target the source of pollutants, for which mor...
32.The nineteenth Tripartite Environment Ministers Meeting held in ROK
The nineteenth Tripartite Environment Ministers Meeting among China, Japan and South Korea was held in Suwon, Republic of Korea on Aug. 25, 2017. Chinese Minister of Environmental Protection Li Ganjie, ROK Minister of Environment Kim Eunkyung, and Japanese Minister of the Environment Masaharu N...
33.China, South Korea and Japan vow to jointly tackle air pollution...
By ZHENG JINRAN
China has cooperated with South Korea and Japan to tackle air pollution and prevent sand storms, the environment minister said in a trilateral meeting on Friday.
Environment ministers from China, South Korea, and Japan met in Suwon, on the outskirts of Seoul of South Kor...
34.Air pollution targeted in 28 cities
By ZHENG JINRAN
China has pledged to cut PM2.5 concentration by at least 15 percent year-on-year in 28 northern cities from October to March to meet smog reduction targets, the top environmental authority said.
A new Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei regional environmental protection bureau will be set ...
35.China targets 15 pct decrease in PM2.5 this winter
China's environmental protection authority announced Thursday that 28 northern cities are aiming to lower a major air pollution indicator by at least 15 percent this coming winter.
Between October 2017 and March 2018, China will reduce the level of PM2.5 pollution by at least 15 percent in ...
36.China implements coordinated control of PM2.5 and O3
China will implement a plan to control the country's major air pollutants, PM2.5 and ozone (O3), the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) said Tuesday.
While reducing the level of hazardous fine particle matter PM2.5 is still the top priority, the country will take measures to simulta...
37.Technical specification for application and issuance of pollutant permit-Petroch...
This standard is formulated for the purposes of enforcing the Environment Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China, Air Pollution Prevention and Control Law of the People’s Republic of China, Water Pollution Prevention and Control Law of the People’s Republic of China, and Circular o...
38.Body altered by PM2.5, study finds
Stress hormones appear to increase; changes seen in blood components
Chinese scientists have discovered that exposure to PM2.5 could significantly increase stress hormones in humans, as well as cause metabolic changes in blood glucose, amino acids and lipids.
The team, led by Kan Haidon...
39.Chinese cities see fewer "good air" days in July
Chinese cities reported fewer days with "good air" in July compared the same period last year despite a decline in levels of a key pollutant PM2.5, official data showed Wednesday.
The 338 cities monitored by the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) enjoyed good or excellent air qualit...
40.Certain "cool roof" materials could slightly increase regional air pollution: US...
Widespread installation of certain "cool roof" materials, typically light-colored and highly reflective, could slightly increase regional ozone and fine particulate pollution levels, a US study said Monday.
"Numerous scientific studies have established that replacing darker roofs and buildi...