Oct 29, 2013
Record-setting levels of smog this week shut down Harbin, a city of 11 million people in northeast China.
Officials blamed increased coal consumption during the first days of winter heating, underscoring the urgency of the China State Council’s recently announced initiative to address persistent smog in major cities.
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