China pledges pollution cut

Asia Times: China has promised major steps to improve air quality as smog and greenhouse gas emissions continue to grow. On June 14, the State Council released a package of 10 anti-pollution measures to ease the emissions crisis, state media said. Topping the list is a pledge to cut pollution from six smog-producing industries by at least 30% per unit of output by 2017, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The government has already targeted producers of thermal power, iron and steel, petrochemicals,......

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