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Are you willing to change your lifestyle in order to reduce your environmental footprint?
Yes, I’m happy to follow green tips even if that means reducing comfort or convenience level to some extent, like using a clothesline instead of a dryer;
No, companies and government should be responsible for offering choices that consume less and without affecting our lifestyle.
Yes, but to the extent that comfort and convenience of my life is not sacrificed;
 
Beijing bicycle
Writer: Sue-lin Wong
Date: November 9, 2012
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The 2011 Pollution Information Transparency Index (PITI) Third Annual Assessment of Environmental Transparency (Aug. 2012) 



The Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) jointly issued the third annual assessment of environmental transparency in 113 Chinese cities. The 2011 assessment results show that standards for environmental transparency within the 113 cities have overall been on the rise and that a system of environmental disclosure has been initially established, but is still in its infancy.

Download: The 2011 Pollution Information Transparency Index (PITI) Third Annual Assessment of Environmental Transparency (Aug. 2012)  
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