“Hairy nose” the viral video to sensitive about the effect of  pollution in China

| April 18th, 2016

Sensitive Campaign against the pollution in China!

Air pollution in the Middle Kingdom is not really the funniest subject on earth, but with its weird short movie, Wild Aid wants urban people to laugh, but also change their lifestyle. Hairy Nose shows a bizarre future in which people are wearing long nasal hair in order to filter the smog surrounding the city. They wear it in some really fashionable ways.

At the end of this short movie, there is a preventing message […]Read more…

China admits environmental future “not optimistic”

| June 16th, 2014

image courtesy of reuters

In honor of World Environmental Day, China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection recently released its “2013 China Environmental Status” report, a profile of the water and ambient air quality index (AQI) of 74 “key” Chinese cities during 2013. Surveyors reported 35.9 smoggy days on average during 2013, an increase of 18.3 days from 2012. Haikou, Zhoushan and Lhasa were the only cities that’s average AQI met national standards during 2013, while Beijing, neighboring Tianjin and other cities […]Read more…

Beijing’s air pollution level heightened by Spring Festival fireworks

| January 28th, 2012

From Netease: [picture form QQ]

The Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau released post-Chinese New Year PM10 and PM2.5 air concentrations, measures of particles in the atmosphere. The data suggests a correlation between the recent decline in the air quality and the number of fireworks that were set off in celebration of the Spring Festival.

The two days surrounding the celebration witnessed a spike in the level of air pollution.

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