Beijing Meets National Air Quality Standards for First Time

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  • Officials at Beijing’s environment protection bureau reported that the average readings of small, hazardous airborne particles had decreased by 13 percent compared to last year.
  • The city has made significant efforts to switch to cleaner natural gas, planted many trees, and have converted to wind and solar energy.
  • They have also imposed new fuel standards on cars and have forced several facilities to install greener equipment.

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