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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
-No More Free Plastic Bags in Bookstores, Pharmacies
-Dry Weather Forecast Adds Pain to South China
-China Intensifies Regulation on Battery Industries
-China's Top Five Power Producers Suffer Losses
-'Green Traffic' Initiative Cuts Carbon Emissions
-No Nuclear Worries
-Ensuring Nuclear Safety
-Japan's Crisis Goes Global
-Rethinking Nuclear Power Safety
-China May Double solar Power Goal
-China Finds Trace Radiation in More Areas
-No Immediate Threat to China From Radioactive Leak in Japan
-China's Monitors Nuke Leaks From Quake-hit Japan
-Chinese Vehicle Maker to Inaugurate Electric Buses
-New Energy Targets to Produce a Greener Nation
-Turkmenistan Agrees to Raise Natural Gas Supply to China
-Vice Premier Stresses Water Conservation
-Green Standards Issued for Rare Earths
-Families Compete for Green Home Renovations
-HK to Raise 1st Registration Tax for Private Cars
-China's Eco-economic Zone Welcomes Global Investment
-Rare Earth Zones Aim for Protecting Environment
-Electricity Consumption to Grow 12 Pct in 2011
-China to Step Up Water Conservation Efforts
-Nujiang Hydro Project Back on Agenda
-Shrinking Conservation Zone Draws Ire
-China, Australia Work Together to Clean Up Polluted Lake
-Wind Power Industry Facing Big Challenges
-China, U.S. to Deepen Clean Energy Cooperation
-Hong Kong Launches Glass Recycle Scheme
-China's Oil, Gas Output Grows in 2010
-China Pledges to Improve Rural Power Grids
-China Announces Nuclear Fuel Breakthrough
-China to Enforce E-Waste Recycling Regulations
-Solar Power Thrives in Inner Mongolia
-Buildings in North China Fail to Meet Energy-Saving Standards
-China to Intensify Weather Modification Capabilities
-China to Further Promote Green Energy
-Chinese Delegates: Climate Talks Send 'Positive' Signals
-Cancun Climate Talks Enters High-Level Stage
-Southwest China Wildfire Claims 22 Lives
-China will Boost Solar Energy Use
-UN Climate Change Conference Opens in Mexico
-Safeguarding Environment a Priority
-Chinese Officials Pledge to Renew Energy Efforts

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