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Roundup: Olympics mired with air quality woes

With the Summer Olympics less than  one month away, pressure mounts on Beijing to deliver good air quality for the event, the New YorkTimes.  The city plans to close factories in northern China and limit car traffic during the games to improve air quality.  Even though many Beijing officials say the city has made progress on this front, one analyst disagrees and says marathon and endurance events might need to be postponed if air quality does not improve.


Vice President Dick Cheney’s office fudged greenhouse gas testimony, the LA Times.

Flat screen TVs could be more than carbon dioxide to the environment.

India is rethinking farming techniques of its “Green Revolution”.

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