Lifeng Fang is an Energy Analyst for Greenpeace East Asia, based in Beijing
I’m currently visiting Montana, where the coal industry hopes to mine and export coal to China, to discuss China’s air pollution and coal problems with Montanans concerned about ...On September 13, 2013 / By Lifeng Fang
The Chinese coal mining industry has been hit by slowing coal consumption growth and simultaneously, a flood of cheaper imported coal. To stem the decline in profits, Chinese ...On May 24, 2013 / By Lifeng Fang
Originally posted to Think Progress China’s air pollution crisis is more evident than ever. A new research report, conducted under the World Health Organization’s Global Burden of Disease project, ...On April 17, 2013 / By Lifeng Fang
It’s hard to imagine living in a place where the air is so dirty, going outside to breathe could be the most dangerous thing you do all day. ...On February 27, 2013 / By Lifeng Fang
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