China’s Off-The-Charts Air Pollution Is Making Its Way To The U.S.--On the West Coast of the U.S., pollution blown in from China can account for 12 to 24 percent of sulfate concentrations on any given day, a study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found. That pollution caused Los Angeles to experience an extra day of smog levels that were above the federal health standards for ozone in 2006.
Barnett Freedman. Shell Peepshow. Lithographed by Freedman in the 1930s for lucky clients of Shell. On show at today's Fine Press Bookfair. | via Design for Today instagram #shellmex #barnettfreedman #peepshowbook #tunnelbook