The New York Times: Beijing Issues Red Alert Over Air Pollution for the first time

“BEIJING — Officials in the Chinese capital declared for the first time on Monday evening that the thick smog blanketing the city was bad enough to require a red alert, the highest level of alarm. It was the first time a code red had been sounded since Beijing announced an emergency air pollution response system with multicolored warnings in 2013…Across the city, residents braced for the onset of another “airpocalypse” — the term that some English speakers here use for the most toxic bouts of air pollution.”
The New York Times
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Beijing Issues Red Alert Over Air Pollution for the first time

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