November 27, 2013 4:30 PM
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After heavy air pollution brought life to a standstill for the second time this smog season in northeast China, and with the one-year anniversary
As China’s appetite for meat grows, so does awareness of its environmental cost, and the number of those giving it up. From Mary Kay Magistad
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Air pollution like the smog that recently blanketed Beijing may be hard to avoid, but it is also hard to miss. Apart from the evidence of eyes and lungs,
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