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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
-China Vows to Cut Emission Levels as Cancun Conference Approaches
-Green Expo Opens in Beijing
-Climate Experts Forecast Modest Progress in Cancun
-Environmental Quality Ranks High on the Agenda
-China to Build Wind Power Farm in Xinjiang
-Polluted Region Spearheads China's Green Efforts
-Central China Province Warns of Dusty Winds
-China Continues to Push for Reduced Emissions
-China: Earlier Emissions Peak Depends on Developed Nations
-Urban Pollution Levels Improving
-China Drafting Climate Change Law
-China's Largest Wind Power Project Progresses
-China Strides Forward Cutting COâ‚‚Emissions
-Premier Wen Reaffirms Climate Change Principle
-China Highlights Law Enforcement to Build Resource-Saving Country
-China Renovates Buildings to Save Energy
-Poor Water Quality Warned in Rural Areas
-Foundation to Protect China Rainforest
-China Rejects US Clean Energy Probe
-China Assists Herders to Protect Grasslands
-Climate Talks in Tianjin Produce 'Concrete' Results
-China's Zijin Fined 9.56 Mln Yuan for Pollution
-Developed Countries Urged to Act
-Eco-City Poised for Leading Role
-Beijing Hopes to Mop up Problem of Waste Water
-Energy Expo on Forming a Greener Future
-Green Technologies Help China Save Energy
-Text Book Publishers Launch Eco-friendly Standard
-China's Retailers Cut 1.63 Million Tons of Emissions
-Clean-Up Bid for Yangtze River Set to Begin
-Borders Join Forces to Save Wild Tigers
-Saving Life on This Planet
-Back to Nature
-China to Spend 200 Bln Yuan More on Afforestation
-China Guards Against Further Mudslides
-Tackling Cities' Problems
-Green Solutions
-China's Centrally-Administrated SOEs Ssing Less Energy
-More Efforts Needed to Cut Emissions, Conserve Energy
-China Urges Greater Energy-Saving, Emission Reductions
-Protecting and Benefiting
-Sand Storms Trigger Alarm
-Wearing the Green
-Science Minister: Shanghai Expo to Be Low Carbon, High tech
-Energy on the Agenda

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