publication . Article . 2011

Atmospheric pollution and urban development in China

Benjamin GUINOT;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Dec 2011
Chinese cities face the challenge of battling air pollution during a time of rapid urbanisation and rising energy demand. Poor air quality is heightening anxiety over the environment. Given pollution’s economic cost, a real policy of monitoring and control has emerged at the national level. Chinese researchers and industry have come up with technological responses to the enormous challenges. While some showcase cities have boosted their pollution-control measures, the situation in smaller ones remains largely catastrophic.
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free text keywords: General Social Sciences, Urbanization, Urban planning, Air pollution, medicine.disease_cause, medicine, China, Project commissioning, Air quality index, Engineering, business.industry, business, Natural resource economics, Economic cost, Social science, Pollution, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common
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