The desolation of China’s smog and what it means for Australia

The Chinese Government’s determination to curb environmental pollution is set to radically reshape the structure of Australia's energy industry.

Beijing’s week of heavy toxic smog last month was unprecedented. The level of choking smog was more than 16 times the safe level considered by the World Health Organisation (WHO). It covered seven provinces and 12 cities in the north of China.  WHO’s representative has described the situation as a crisis. As a result of the nation-wide concern over the problem, it has been high on the agenda at this month’s National People’s Congress in Beijing.

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