Not Beijing, but London. Pedestrians make their way through dense fog over the Millennium Bridge in the British capital on New Year’s Eve. Photo: EPA Not Beijing, but London. Pedestrians make their way through dense fog over the Millennium Bridge in the British capital on New Year’s Eve. Photo: EPA
Not Beijing, but London. Pedestrians make their way through dense fog over the Millennium Bridge in the British capital on New Year’s Eve. Photo: EPA

Intense smog is a global problem, says China’s environment minister

Chen Jining says climate abnormalities are creating a lethal mix with polluting industries not just in China, but around the world

Topic |   China pollution
Not Beijing, but London. Pedestrians make their way through dense fog over the Millennium Bridge in the British capital on New Year’s Eve. Photo: EPA Not Beijing, but London. Pedestrians make their way through dense fog over the Millennium Bridge in the British capital on New Year’s Eve. Photo: EPA
Not Beijing, but London. Pedestrians make their way through dense fog over the Millennium Bridge in the British capital on New Year’s Eve. Photo: EPA
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