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Beijing’s air is a little cleaner

The municipal government of Beijing has presented new data on the city’s air quality over the past year. According to this data, the capital met all six targets for better air quality for the first time. The goal of reducing the proportion of very small particles – particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers and smaller – to below 35 micrograms per cubic meter was also achieved for the first time. Experts see this as major progress, as the value was still 100 micrograms a few years ago.

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