At Scientific American, Angel Hsu & William Miao argue that despite the release of new soil...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 30, 2013
China’s first public soil survey since 1996 shows that almost a quarter of the margin...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 1, 2013
The AFP reports on the toxic and deadly legacy left by a factory that ceased operation in 2009 in Shuangqiao, a small village in Hunan province: At least 26 villagers have died from cadmium poisoning and hundreds more fallen...
by Xiao Qiang | Jun 2, 2005
From Xinhua, via China Economic Net: Areas suffering from soil erosion in China stood at 3.56 million square kilometers in 2004, accounting for 37.1 percent of the country’s total land areas, according to a report on the country’s environmental status quo publicized by the State Environmental Protection Administration on Thursday.
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