Jennifer L. Turner

Woodrow Wilson International Center

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Director of the China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and editor of its journal, China Environment Series

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For the first time Beijing has agreed to cap emissions by 2030. President Obama has pledged to cut the country’s emissions by about 27 percent by 2025.

How Will China and the US Accomplish Historic Carbon Reductions?

For the first time Beijing has agreed to cap emissions by 2030. President Obama has pledged to cut the country’s emissions by about 27 percent by 2025.

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“Airpocalypse” is a term coined last year in Beijing. In this city of Harbin, China this week, fine particulate matter in the air is estimated to be 20 times higher than safe levels.

China’s “Airpocalypse”

“Airpocalypse” is a term coined last year in Beijing. In this city of Harbin, China this week, fine particulate matter in the air is estimated to be 20 times higher than safe levels.

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As China strives to be an economic colossus, hundreds of thousands of people are dying prematurely from un-breathable air and contaminated water.

Explosive Growth in China Causes Explosive Pollution Problems

As China strives to be an economic colossus, hundreds of thousands of people are dying prematurely from un-breathable air and contaminated water.

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