Every day seems to bring another in-your-face reminder of China's environmental issues. This month alone, a Shenzhen canal turned blood-red; the Beijing sky appeared as if doomsday had arrived; and 100kg of dead fish inexplicably rose to the surface of a Guangdong fish farm. So, we're always pleased to see that there are some environmentally conscious initiatives in action to combat pollution, before it deforms our bodies and destroys our crops à la a nuclear winter, spelling utter ruin.

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