As China Roars, Pollution Reaches Deadly Extremes

As China Roars, Pollution Reaches Deadly Extremes

[Cf. 《纽约时报》中国环境污染问题系列报道]

By JOSEPH KAHN and JIM YARDLEY
The New York Times, Published: August 26, 2007

mines in Shenmu
China’s industrial growth depends on coal, plentiful but polluting, from mines like this one in Shenmu, Shaanxi Province, behind a village store.

China’s cement factories
China’s cement factories, like this one in Ningxia Province, use 45 percent more power than the world average, and its steel makers use about 20 percent more.

coal mines in Shaanxi
China’s industrial growth depends on coal, plentiful but polluting, from coal mines like this one in Shaanxi Province behind a village store.

《纽约时报》英语报道原文

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