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Does China’s Environment make the Grade?
Asia environment correspondent, Jonathan Watts has an interesting take on China’s Ministry of Environmental Protections “State of the Environment” by using a grading scale and his interpretation of the facts.
  • Freshwater Quality - F – Dangerous failure

             Four in every 10 lakes are turning green and choked by algae

  • Air Quality - Grade: D+ Poor but showing signs of improvement

             Almost one in five cities still fails to meet the low passing grade set by the government on an annual basis.

  • Coastal Water Quality - Grade: D-/E+ Poor but showing signs of improvement

             Almost a quarter of coastal waters are so contaminated they are off the scale.


 


 
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