China's top environmental watchdog will implement a three-year action plan from this year to clamp down on environmental offenses including fabrication and interference of monitoring data.
Beijing announced in mid-July that it had drawn a "red line" around key ecological areas in need of protection and preservation that cover 4,290 square kilometers.
China's machinery sector maintained stable growth in the first half of this year with solid progress in industrial upgrades, an industry group said.
New research conducted by Chinese scientists cast doubt on the belief that coal burning is the main source of sulfate, one of the major contributors to air pollution in China.
Further efforts are needed one year after China adopted a ban on import of solid wastes, reported Economic Daily.
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