05 Jun '12, 8pm

Stop Tweeting on Air Quality, China Tells Foreigners

China has warned foreign embassies to stop monitoring its air quality and issuing readings on it, saying that only its government has a right to do so, Keith Bradsher reports. The American Embassy began tracking and releasing air-quality data in 2008, joined by its Guangzhou consulate last year and the Shanghai consulate last month.

Full article: http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/06/05/stop-tweeting-o...

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