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Interview: Biggest hurdles of publishing PM2.5 data nationwide

12-15-2011 20:27 BJT

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For more on the issue, we are joined in the studio by Zhou Rong. She is a Climate Change and Energy Campaigner for the NGO Green Peace in Beijing.

Q1: Releasing PM2.5 data ahead of schedule is certainly a significant and applaudable move by the city of Guangzhou. What effects will it have on the rest of the country in terms of air quality monitoring and environmental protection?

Q2: What do you think are the biggest hurdles when it comes to publishing PM2.5 data nationwide?


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