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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;
 
Moving Forward Amid Twists and Turns: China’s Struggle to Curb Coal Consumption
Writer: Mei Lan
Date: December 27, 2013
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Amending China's Air Pollution Prevention and Control Law - Recommendations from the International Experience (Jul. 2009)  

In November 2008, China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) invited a number of U.S. air pollution experts to a workshop in Beijing to discuss the proposed amendment of China’s Atmospheric Pollution Prevention and Control Law (Air Pollution Law) and lessons that might be learned from the U.S. air pollution regulatory system, the 1970 U.S. Clean Air Act and the Clean Air Act’s subsequent amendments (CAA). China’s Air Pollution Law has not been amended since 2000, and many provisions of the Air Pollution Law need to be amended to respond to the demands presented by a China that has changed dramatically in the span of less than ten years.
 

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