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Workplace Culture

Office air quality could be dumbing down workers

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Jun 4, 2019
If only we could open those floor-to-ceiling windows.
Employees work in an office in Moscow in 2014.
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Beijing declares dramatic success in fighting air pollution

by Jennifer Pak May 8, 2019
China says it has succeeded in cutting the city's pollution over 5 years.
Photos taken from the same spot in Beijing for 365 days in 2013
BeijingAirNow

Study links air pollution to early death

by Scott Tong Nov 19, 2018
A new report ranks air pollution as the greatest threat to human life, above war and disease.
A Chinese man wears a mask as he waits to cross the road near the CCTV building during heavy smog on November 29, 2014 in Beijing, China. 
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We used to be China

What would your city look like with Beijing's air? A smog simulator

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 8, 2013
We imagine what would other cities might look like with Beijing-quality air.

Pollution boosts clean air industry in China

by Rob Schmitz Feb 7, 2013
Severe air pollution in Eastern China this year has spurred an economic boom for companies making filtration machines, masks, and even clean air 'domes'.

Beijing's bad air quality has an economic impact

by Rob Schmitz Jan 14, 2013
Air pollution in Beijing over the weekend was 40 times worse than limits set by the World Health Organization and it has economic implications for China