A study report published by Chinese universities on 28th this month shows that pollution issues are seriously affecting the productivity of labor. China's GDP would increase by additional 0.079% per year, if its pollution can be decreased by 1% with measures almost without impact on industrial production.
In China, Changan Street is known by everyone as the top street of China. Changan Street starts at Jianguomen on the east, and ends at Fuxingmen, with a length of 13.4 kilometers. All major military parades have been held on this street. Line 1 buses run along Changan Street every day, nicknamed the "Big Line 1", which was first open in 1950 with a history of over 60 years.
At the 2017 National Low Carbon Technology Conference starting on November 25, we learned that National Carbon emissions trading Market is ready for launch in terms of both policies and technology, and pending approval of the State Council. If approved, the market is likely to open by the end of this year.