China Faces ‘Very Grave’ Environmental Situation, Officials Say

New York Times: China's three decades of rapid economic growth have left it with a "very grave' environmental situation even as it tries to move away from a development-at-all-costs strategy, senior government officials said on Friday. In a blunt assessment of the problems facing the world's most populous country, officials from the Ministry of Environmental Protection delivered their 2010 annual report. They pointed to major improvements in water and air quality -- goals that the ministry had set for itself......

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