Air Pollution

How China is tackling air pollution with big data

Poor outdoor air quality results in over 1 million deaths across China each year. Image: REUTERS/China Daily.

Hu Qin

Senior Director of Research, Beijing Representative Office, Environmental Defense Fund

Matt Whitney

Portfolio Manager, Clean Air Fund

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