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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
-On a Green Road
-Safe Drinking Water for 298 Mln More Rural Chinese
-China and France to Protect Freshwater Lake
-Biodiversity Project to Transform Poyang Lake
-China to Expand Forest Coverage
-Modifying Weather
-Going Green
-A Mining Miracle
-Rare Earth Resolution
-Project Launched to Expand Tiger Population in Northeast China
-Uninvited Guests
-No Easy Justice
-Biodiversity Survey Launched in Tibetan Forest
-Report Warns China of Rising Sea Levels
-Guizhou Deals With Stony Desertification Efficiently
-Rocks to Riches
-Downpours Disrupt Lives of Millions in South China
-Chinese Vice Premier Stresses Protection of Biodiversity
-China Gropes for Ways to Tackle Water Pollution
-China Adds 60 Mln Hectares of Forest Area
-China's Scientists Find Ways to Clean Polluted Soil
-70 Percent of Annual Global E-waste Dumped in China
-Beijing to Spend 118 Mln Yuan to Improve Water Quality
-China to Draft on Protecting Genetic Resources
-Panda Census and DNA Collection Begins in NW China
-Critically Endangered
-Northwest China Province to Build Radiation Monitoring Stations
-China to Build Biomass-Solar Power Plant in Singapore
-Healing the Land
-Chinese Scientists Turn Kitchen Waste into Fuel
-Stopping Sand
-Drought Causes Water Shortage, Parches Crops in China
-Rare Alligator Population Expands in China
-Tibet's Second-Largest City Builds Leading Solar Power Base
-China's Environmental Protection Media Tour Kicks off
-Guizhou Golden Monkey's Population Doubled
-Fewer Birds Spending Winter in Central China Wetlands
-A Warmer, But Greener Future
-Rare Earth Resolution
-Massive Chinese Water Diversion Project Accelerates
-Beijing to Tighten Car Emission Regulations
-North China Port City to Release PM2.5 Data in April
-Quenching Thirst
-Scientist Calls for Confidence in China's Nuclear Power Safety
-China to Protect Rare Golden Monkeys

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