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Con Air
Green Fraud Growing in China

China’s efforts to reduce its horrific pollution are creating a new problem: fraud. To clear its smoggy skies, China put in place incentives for power plants to reduce air pollution, but many plants cheated that system by claiming to have cut down on their emissions without actually doing anything. Now the Chinese government is having to crack down on these swindling power producers.

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