There’s no pollution here.
A girl reads a book on her balcony as smoke rises from chimneys at a steel plant, on a hazy day in Quzhou, Zhejiang province, China, April 3, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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With China’s air quality once again making headlines in recent weeks, we check in with China Air Daily’s Michael Zhao to see if there’s any reason for hope.
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China is witnessing the beginnings of a civil society in which the Chinese people spontaneously defend their right to a healthy environment, independent of organizers, political goals and commercial interests.
In the next 10 years, the cancer burden won’t be lowered—we can only hope to eventually stabilize it.
Next is dead people.
Well, since there supposedly is no problem in drinking this water, please forward this message, if you agree, to ask Shanghai’s party secretary, mayor and water authority leaders if they will be the first ones to drink this meat soup?
If we don’t start caring for the environment then after 20 or 30 years our children and grandchildren might be wearing gas masks and carry oxygen tanks