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Is China winning its war on pollution?

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2018-03-24 16:32

Editor’s note: Since Chinese Premier Li Keqiang declared "war" on pollution in 2014, China has been committed to pollution control. Recently, The University of Chicago said in a study that while the world's biggest polluter faces a long road to reach national and international air quality standards, the results "suggest the country is winning its war on pollution". Do you agree with the results? Forum readers share their opinions.

Whoisfriend (US)

China will get there even though it is very daunting and long and hard.

All, not just the government, have to make the effort. Drive less, walk when possible, don't overheat or overcool houses. Clean energy, solar, wind, geothermal should all be used as much as possible.

Young volunteers ride bicycles to promote environmental protection. [Photo/VCG]
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