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Environmentalists and the Left may hate this new technology but there are several good reasons why the UK must get cracking with fracking!
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09 April 2015 at 22:41 GMT
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There was an explosion at a controversial petrochemical plant in southern China this week – the same plant that had triggered protests when it was first proposed in 2007. The incident is is an example of the enormous strain that China’s fragile environment has been under as a result of years of reckless growth. Analysts put the cost to the economy of pollution at 8% to 12% of GDP annually, or even higher. With the release of the popular anti-pollution documentary Under the Dome – which boosted the Ministry of the Environment and took aim at the resources and energy sector – many believe the tide is finally turning away from enslavement to high growth to green GDP.
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Trade view / 10 March 2015 at 6:01 GMT
China looks ready to regulate its taxi industry, and the merged entity formed from rival taxi hailing apps looks set for a move into public transport and car sharing. In addition, a popular documentary on pollution has gone viral and even overshadowed the National People's Congress. Any resulting goverment moves to curb polliution are likely to give electric vehicle manufacturer Kandi a boost. Kandi has been successful in developing its electric car sharing business across China, and the industry seems to be enjoying growing acceptance.
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