A river in China that's normally unpolluted suddenly turned blood red one morning last week.
The Chines government is removing the tops of 700 mountains to create 155 square miles of free space to build cities. Continue reading →
Northern China is infamous for dust storms that can sometimes choke Beijing in a yellow haze. A new satellite image shows one of these storms from above.
A new method extracts high-tech metals from common seafloor ores.
The brutal weather in the U.S. Midwest this winter has, in part, coal-burning power plants in China, a new study finds.
An extinct arthropod, Fuxianhuia protensa, from the Cambrian period, had a sophisticated heart and blood vessel system.
Last year it was canned air. This year, the lucky ones in China get to inhale pristine mountain air, from a bag.
Chinese pollution is intensifying cyclones and blowing back across the Pacific. But whose fault is it? Continue reading →
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