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Air pollution in China

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Phoenix Taylor-Carter

on 12 November 2015

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Transcript of Air pollution in China

Pollution, Population, and Coal use in China
Air Pollution in China
Current Environment in China

In the past 30 years, there has been a huge increase in number of metallurgical plants and factories, and the Chinese government does not aggressively enforce pollution filter requirements on these iron and smelting industries
China has depended on coal for energy for the past 50 years, but coal is one of the dirtiest polluting energy sources on earth
An emerging middle class in China has increased the number of cars on the roads – and pollution enforcement standards on autos in China are lax

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Current Environmental Conditions
Causes and Effects
Potential Solutions

Minhao Xia
Phoenix, Taylor-Carter
Jacob Naber
Katie Beltrami
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