ADB Blog: It’s air-pocalypse now in Beijing – but the future is brighter

As the burners are fired up at full blast to stave off the biting winter cold, Beijing and its surrounding area started the New Year engulfed in smog.

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Publish Date: 3rd January 2017

Last Updated: 16th January 2017

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ADB: $44 Billion a Year Needed to Protect PRC Infrastructure from Extreme Weather

23rd October 2013

More than one million people living in the coastal areas of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) could be displaced, with a landmass four times the size of Hong Kong, China submerged by 2050, if the country does not take action to prepare for rising sea levels and more intense cyclones, a new report from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) warns.

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