China’s Airpocalypse & Peak Coal

Air pollution has been a long-standing problem in China, but it may have reached a turning point earlier this year after thick blankets of grey clouds enveloped Beijing and other cities for days. The health toll on the Chinese population has been staggering, and the government is finally demonstrating the volition to take the problem seriously. Watch the video below to find out how all this adds up to considerable pain for American coal exporters.

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  • Report this Comment On September 16, 2013, at 3:27 PM, preskeelpundit wrote:

    It's not the millions of cars, trucks, and motorbikes with little to no emissions systems.

    It's not the billions of tons of sand blowing in off the desert caused by decades of poor farming practices.

    It's not the hundreds of millions of peasants still cooking and heating with wood.

    It's not that they have almost no regulations on power plant emissions.

    It's all that dirty, rotten coal's fault! Let's get back to the good, old days of cave dwelling, berry eating, and 30 year life expectancies.

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