By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security
China is finally “declaring war” on its country’s life-threatening rampant pollution crisis. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang made the announcement last Wednesday at the annual meeting of parliament.
Li also said that his government plans to eliminate outdated steel production by a total of 27 million tons this year (2.5 percent of the total), reduce cement output by 42 million tons, and also take away six million cars from the streets and shut off 50,000 small coal furnaces. Read More »