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Innovative MIT study estimates extent to which air pollution in China shortens human lives
Date:7/8/2013

mption of coal. Moreover, he adds, given the need to limit carbon emissions globally in order to slow climate change, he hopes the data will provide additional impetus for countries to think twice about fossil-fuel consumption.

"What this paper helps reveal is that there may be immediate, local reasons for China and other developing countries to rely less on fossil fuels," Greenstone says. "The planet's not going to solve the greenhouse-gas problem without the active participation of China. This might give them a reason to act today."


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