Smoke and steam rise from the smokestack of a coal-fired power plant in northern China. According to a new study by American researchers, sulphur dioxide emissions at 256 coal-fired plants in China have dropped by nearly 14 per cent in response to a new anti-pollution law. Photo: AP

Some good news on China’s air pollution fight, but it comes with a warning

US researchers find a new anti-pollution law in China has led to a drop of nearly 14 per cent in sulphur dioxide emissions at 256 coal-fired power plants

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Smoke and steam rise from the smokestack of a coal-fired power plant in northern China. According to a new study by American researchers, sulphur dioxide emissions at 256 coal-fired plants in China have dropped by nearly 14 per cent in response to a new anti-pollution law. Photo: AP
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