Hong Kong Air Pollution Setting Records

Hong Kong Air Pollution Setting Records

High air pollution levels are often cited by international companies as a major drawback of doing business in Hong Kong, and may hinder the city’s efforts to bolster its image as a desirable place to live. Pollution levels, even back in 2010, were 12 to 14 times the amount recommended by the World Health Organization, […]

Pollution News week ending September 29th 2013

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Another week, another round up of the news and articles that caught our eye this week; From theguardian.com mon 23 Sep: Olympic medal mining firm Rio Tinto faces air pollution lawsuit in US British mining company that provided gold, silver and bronze for London 2012 Olympics sued over claims of ‘illegal air pollution’ From planetsave.com […]

Pollution News week ending September 15th 2013

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Taking another look at the news and articles that caught our attention this week: From mnn.com Mon 09 Sep: Pollution in Florida’s Lake Okeechobee swells to near-disaster levels Fed by heavy rains, the overfilled lake is about to burst — which could spell disaster. From theatlanticities Mon 09 Sep: China’s Newest Market Opportunity: Pollution Control […]