The sun appears through thick smog as a paramilitary policeman salutes delegates arriving at the Great Hall of the People before the opening ceremony of the National People's Congress in Beijing this year. Photo: Reuters The sun appears through thick smog as a paramilitary policeman salutes delegates arriving at the Great Hall of the People before the opening ceremony of the National People's Congress in Beijing this year. Photo: Reuters
The sun appears through thick smog as a paramilitary policeman salutes delegates arriving at the Great Hall of the People before the opening ceremony of the National People's Congress in Beijing this year. Photo: Reuters
China pollution

A silver lining in the cloud over China’s environmental challenges

Axel Schweitzer says despite the scale of mainland China’s and Hong Kong’s environmental problems, policymakers are slowly but surely responding to public demands for sustainability

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The sun appears through thick smog as a paramilitary policeman salutes delegates arriving at the Great Hall of the People before the opening ceremony of the National People's Congress in Beijing this year. Photo: Reuters The sun appears through thick smog as a paramilitary policeman salutes delegates arriving at the Great Hall of the People before the opening ceremony of the National People's Congress in Beijing this year. Photo: Reuters
The sun appears through thick smog as a paramilitary policeman salutes delegates arriving at the Great Hall of the People before the opening ceremony of the National People's Congress in Beijing this year. Photo: Reuters
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