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In Search of Fresh Air
Beijing works hard to breathe new life into tackling its worsening pollution
 Chinese Donate Anti-Poaching Gear to Kenya
 China Nurtures Better Environmental Supervision
China approves a series of plans to establish a more strict supervision system for environmental protection
 China's Overall Air Quality Improved in 2014 and Early 2015
Only 16 of the 161 major cities subject to air quality monitoring meet the national standards for clean air in 2014
 Lawmakers Mull Stricter Air Pollution Control Law
Chinese legislators are deliberating on regulating emissions from boats and ships as the country clamps down on air pollution
 China Environment Communique Exposes Poor Air, Water Quality
The Ministry of Environmental Protection on Thursday releases its 2014 Environment Condition Communique
More Environment/Energy
-Digging Deeper
-Lawmakers Urge Harsher Punishment on Air Polluters
-China's Underground Water Quality Worsens: Report
-Environmental Law Amendment Ready for Vote: Lawmakers
-China Eyes New Energy Projects for Greener Development
-One Third of Beijing Pollution 'Imported': Research
-China Uses Satellite, Drones to Fight Pollution
-Mass Clean Energy Discovered in Northwest China
-Cool Air Will Disperse Smog in Beijing Soon
-Smog Affects Flights, Highways in China
-Chinese Premier Urges Energy Saving, Emission Cut
-War Against Smog
-China Declares War against Pollution
-Drawing up a New Blueprint
-China to Enhance Smog Monitoring, Research
-China Fights Air Pollution as Smog Persists
-State Council Stresses PM2.5 Control
-Beijing to Shut Down 300 Polluting Factories
-China Targets Greater Non-Fossil Fuel Use
-Beijing Passes Regulation on Air Pollution Control
-China's Wetlands Shrunk 9 Pct
-China Imposes Air Quality Targets
-China Links Corporate Credit With Environmental Efforts
-China Slow at Realizing Environmental Targets for 2015
-Green Great Wall
-Most Chinese Cities Suffer Air Pollution in Q3
-Governments to Be Given More Environmental Protection Responsibilities
-China Plans Geological Environmental Warning System
-Panda Gives Birth to Triplets, One Survives
-Beijing Toughens Pollution Rules for Cleaner Air
-New Hazard in the Air
-Hope in Less
-Panda Gives Birth in Semi-wild Environment
-World's Highest Wind Farm Built in Tibet
-China's Largest Nuclear Power Firm Holds Open House
-Drought Affects 27 Mln People in China
-China Solicits Opinions on Harsher Environmental Law
-Barren Beachfront
-Green Commitment
-China to Spend Trillions on Pollution Battle
-China's Second-Largest Hydropower Station Starts Operation
-China to Spend 700 Mln Yuan on Forestry Projects
-Over 30,000 Tibetan Antelopes Give Birth in Hoh Xil
-China Considers Harsher Legislation against Polluters
-Polluters to Face Harsher Penalities

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