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Under the Dome: The climate film taking China by storm

Under the Dome: The climate film taking China by storm

A man in front of CCTV offices in Beijing, China

Under the Dome: The smog film taking China by storm

A man in front of CCTV offices in Beijing, China

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Car ownership reaches record high in China - in 50 seconds

Not all Chinese exports come in ships: Ozone pollution pushed by wind gets to Western U.S. #airquality #airpollution

Not all Chinese exports come in ships: Ozone pollution pushed by wind gets to Western U.S.

Not all Chinese exports come in ships: Ozone pollution pushed by wind gets to Western U.S. #airquality #airpollution

A photo taken on 9 March 2013 shows the sun setting behind chimneys rising above the skyline of Baoding, Hebei province, some 140 km south of Beijing.

Most China cities fail to meet air quality standards

A photo taken on 9 March 2013 shows the sun setting behind chimneys rising above the skyline of Baoding, Hebei province, some 140 km south of Beijing.

A tourist takes photos during a heavily polluted day on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. Beijing's skyscrapers receded into a dense gray smog Thursday as the capital saw the season's first wave of extremely dangerous pollution

Beijing residents watch sunrise on giant commercial screens

A tourist takes photos during a heavily polluted day on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. Beijing's skyscrapers receded into a dense gray smog Thursday as the capital saw the season's first wave of extremely dangerous pollution

Love Canal, NY. In the mid-1970s it was revealed that the site had formerly been used to bury 21,000 tons of toxic waste by Hooker Chemical (now Occidental Petroleum Corporation). The site sold to the Niagara Falls School Board in 1953 for $1, with a deed explicitly detailing the presence of the waste. Construction of housing developments, combined with particularly heavy rainstorms, released the chemical waste. The contaminated area is mostly abandoned and the houses removed.

Nov. 21, 1968: Love Canal Calamity Surfaces

Love Canal, NY. In the mid-1970s it was revealed that the site had formerly been used to bury 21,000 tons of toxic waste by Hooker Chemical (now Occidental Petroleum Corporation). The site sold to the Niagara Falls School Board in 1953 for $1, with a deed explicitly detailing the presence of the waste. Construction of housing developments, combined with particularly heavy rainstorms, released the chemical waste. The contaminated area is mostly abandoned and the houses removed.

General news, third prize, singles - Chen Jie - Aerial view of the destruction after an explosion in Tianjin, China

World Press Photo 2016 winners - in pictures

General news, third prize, singles - Chen Jie - Aerial view of the destruction after an explosion in Tianjin, China

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