For the last 20 years, Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom has traversed the world, picking a spot, and meticulously photographed what he saw. “I take between 1 and 80 photographs a day, almost every day, 12 months a year,” he says, referring to his “Photo Notes” project. The “Photographic Journal,” published by PHAIDON, is the largest, most comprehensive work of his to date, and includes thousands of photos that, together, create a fascinating picture of mankind.
China air pollution concerns forces a new direction for coal use
Lammi, Harri. "China air pollution concerns forces a new direction for coal use." Greenpeace International, 13 Sept. 2013. Greenpeace International. Web. 22 Oct. 2013. China is showing signs finally that it is trying to attempt to cut it's coal use to lower it's air pollution. There is also a detailed image that explains negative effects of PM2.5 pollution and it's correlation with coal. Also gives the types of masks Chinese citizens should wear to protect themselves.