The Chinese government now issues hourly air quality updates online for more than 70 cities."I think there's been a very big change," prominent Beijing environmental campaigner Ma Jun said, adding that the government knows it no longer has a monopoly on information about the environment. "Given the public's ability to spread this information, especially on social media, the government itself has to make adjustments."
Severe Beijing Smog Prompts Unusual Transparency
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