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Foul odour of failed air pollution policy

There is neither economic growth nor political stability without public health. Developing country leaders may learn this the hard way.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016 - 05:50

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One study estimated that China's faithful adherence to its own current air quality policies and commitments would fail to reduce air pollution-related deaths by 2040.

FEW anti-pollution proposals outclass the creativity of Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde's scheme to convert fine airborne particulates into jewellery. The Smog Free Project, an air purification tower recently introduced in Beijing, runs largely on wind energy and produces material for rings and

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