CDT previously reported on the aniline spill in Changzhi that affected the water supply of a handful of cities. The New York Times reports this spill has drawn attention to the growing water problem in northern China: “Problems...
by Melissa M. Chan | Jan 6, 2013
Chinese state media reports contamination of a north Chinese river has led the water supply in Handan to be cut off, from Xinhua: A statement by the city government said the cut-off was caused by an accident in the neighboring...
by Wu Nan | Nov 13, 2007
From Legal Daily, summarized and translated by CDT: For a long time, it has been a traditional approach for local farmers after harvesting corn to burn the remaining corn stalks. This not only causes serious air pollution, but also harms the ecological environment and the land. Thus, relevant ministries have issued a ban on burning […]
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