UBM’s Future Cities report: China’s Dirty Dozen: The Most Polluted Cities in the PRC

Uncontrolled industrial activity, a reliance on coal, and the overuse of cars are just a few factors that have made pollution in Chinese cities among the world’s worst.

Today, Future Cities has published a report ranking “China’s Dirty Dozen: The Most Polluted Cities in the PRC,” which you can read here: http://www.ubmfuturecities.com/document.asp?doc_id=524189

What’s driving pollution in these cities? What are they doing about it? And what can the world’s urban environments learn by observing China’s pollution problems? To begin answering these questions, please check out our brand new report today and join the conversation on the message boards.

Nicole Ferraro
Editor in Chief, UBM’s Future Cities