Warm Winter May Slow Smog Controls

- Nov 16, 2017-

As the winter heating season starts in many populous northern areas such as Beijing and Hebei province on Wednesday, officials are saying the forecast of a warmer winter is likely to make it harder to disperse air pollutants.

Environment and weather authorities warned governments that means they need to take stronger anti-pollution efforts this winter.

"Based on the data and analysis, it's highly likely we will have a warmer winter, producing a negative influence on air pollution control, especially for Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and Yangtze River Delta," said Wang Yongguang, chief climatologist at the National Climate Center

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