Author: josh rudolph
As the world’s leading emitter of greenhouse gasses, it is no secret that the air quality in urban China is far from perfect. The Wall Street Journal reports on a statement from Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau deputy head Du Shaozhong, declaring air quality to have reached “crisis level”: Beijing’s air has improved significantly since 1998,
In a recent article in the online magazine Death and Taxes, Matt Kiebus opens by playfully chiding the USA for the over-eating and under-exercising habits that have rightfully led to its reputation as the world’s most obese nation. The article then switches focus to a nation whose rapidly expanding infrastructure of trans-fat may someday allow it to overtake the US as the world’s
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