Addressing Air Pollution Problem Will Not Sacrifice China's Economic Growth

Sep 03, 2013, 10:18 ET from NewsChina

NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 2013 September issue of NewsChina magazine highlights the following headline topics:
The Voice of the Polluted With industrial pollution still on the increase nationwide, China's environmental lawyers are uniting to provide free legal aid for its victims
Graft Breeds Graft The gap between the investigation and prosecution of official corruption cases casts doubt on the government's ability to bring the bad to book
Refined Criminals Supported by vast networks of vested interests, China's oil bandits are fueling a highly lucrative market in stolen crude
Many Chinese Scientists Are More Opposed to Animal Protection Than the General Public An interview with one of China's most prominent animal rights activists


Editorial: Addressing the Air Pollution Problem Will Not Necessarily Sacrifice Economic Growth
To a large extent, environmental pollution has resulted from what economists call market failure
Commentary: China needs to overhaul its growth model
China's investment-driven growth model has reached its limit, and the country's economic system has become a crisis risk
Society: Free Dinners, No Takers
A restaurant owner's scheme to encourage charity in the local community has been met mostly with disbelief
Culture: Under One Roof
A short documentary shot by director Qiao Qiao looks unflinchingly into the destruction of China's few remaining wildlife habitats
History: The Old Red Flag
Hongqi, a 55-year-old Chinese luxury car brand, is trying to make a comeback after almost 30 years of entropy
Outside In: On a Red Hill
The small city of Yan'an, the cradle of China's communist revolution, is steeped in modern history
News Brief: GSK in Bribery Scandal
London-based GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the world's third largest pharmaceutical company, has come under investigation in China for its alleged involvement in massive bribery

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