Professor Wang Comments on Report that China's Air Pollution is Contributing to Pollution in the U.S. in New York Times Article

January 20, 2014 -- Professor Alex Wang commented on new research report findings that show air pollution from China is contributing to air pollution in the U.S. His comments appear in a New York Times article.

Alex L. Wang, a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, who studies Chinese environmental policy, said after reading the new paper: “This is a reminder to us that a significant percentage of China’s emissions of traditional pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions are connected to the products we buy and use every day in the U.S. We should be concerned, not only because this pollution is harming the citizens of China, but because it’s damaging the air quality in parts of the U.S.”

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