Can China come clean?

Can China come clean?

Communist leaders looking at hazy path to better environment
The use of masks has become commonplace in Beijing. Two friends walk outside an amusement park on a polluted day in January.
Blue skies are seen on a mural last week in Tiananmen Square, but they’re seldom seen in reality in Beijing. Entrepreneurs and professionals are clamoring for cleaner air.
Beijing saw record-shattering smog this winter. While China’s political leaders are promising to clean up its neglected environment, that pledge sets up a clash with political pressures to keep economic growth strong.

Can China come clean?

The use of masks has become commonplace in Beijing. Two friends walk outside an amusement park on a polluted day in January.
Blue skies are seen on a mural last week in Tiananmen Square, but they’re seldom seen in reality in Beijing. Entrepreneurs and professionals are clamoring for cleaner air.
Beijing saw record-shattering smog this winter. While China’s political leaders are promising to clean up its neglected environment, that pledge sets up a clash with political pressures to keep economic growth strong.
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