China is ready to take an all new approach towards pollution. Being the country with the largest population in the world, there is no denying the fact that China is one of the most pollution affected country. So, what has China planned?
China's air pollution makes many of its towns and cities almost intolerable for their inhabitants. A 2015 report put the numbers killed daily by foul air at 4,000 to 5,000. One novel scheme is part of a wider push to use low-energy design and technology, both to cut the cost to residents of the energy they use and to reduce global emissions of carbon dioxide, the most abundant of the greenhouse gases emitted by burning fossil fuels, which are driving climate change.
The scheme works by using ventilation with filtered air to reduce the level of particulate matter indoors, a serious health problem in many Chinese cities, where the concentration of small particles (PM2.5) is a serious health risk, particularly to children.
Books & Art :
1. Disappearing books: How Russia is shuttering its Ukrainian library: First, armed police seized some of its books. Next, its director was put on trial accused of stirring up ethnic hatred. And now, quietly, its shelves have been emptied and its volumes packed up, ready to be merged into another library's collection.
2. Ireland now: the books that define a nation: A Minister, a historian and 13 Irish writers select the modern works that capture for them the state of the country.
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5. Through a Partnership with Art Jameel, the Metropolitan Museum Will Acquire Middle Eastern Art.
6. Art exhibition to celebrate Human Rights Day: The country will celebrate national Human Rights Day on Tuesday, March 21, to reflect on, and affirm, basic human rights as enshrined in the country’s constitution.
1. Romelu Lukaku tells Everton he will not sign new deal
2. 2017 March Madness bracket predictions: NCAA Tournament picks, winners, upsets
3. Football: The Brazilian goalkeeper has linked up with Boa Esporte shortly after his release from prison after seeing a 22-year sentence cut short.
4. Football: Monaco out to restore French football’s pride against Manchester City
5. Cricket: Cricket match in Australia turns ugly with players on the floor.
6. Tennis: US tennis star Ryan Harrison has epic meltdown after losing at Indian Wells
1. Climate body to finalize Philippine obligations to Paris pact
2. Trump’s defence chief cites climate change as national security challenge.
3. Trump to drop climate change from environmental reviews
4. Democrats to send climate change educational materials to EPA chief Scott Pruitt.
1. 'End the London-centricity': young people on the future of politics
2. Former generals should steer clear of politics
3. Brexit: government has not assessed impact of leaving with no deal, Davis tells MPs
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1. Bill Gates' main use for technology is surprisingly old-school—and everyone can learn from it.
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4. Fighting fake news: societies using technology to search for truth.
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1. No hard landing for China's economy: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang
2. Fed expected to raise rates as U.S. economy flexes muscle.
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1. Republicans bet the future on health care bill.
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3. Private health insurance CEOs warned they could be summoned by Senate over soaring premiums.
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