Feature: Scientist eyes Chinese satellites to help world tackle air pollution
Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua.
BEIJING, March 14 (Xinhua) -- Five years ago, Zhang Xingying first used Chinese polar-orbiting satellites to detect and measure smog, looking for ways to tackle air pollution.
Now as China makes progress in clearing its skies, the meteorologist hopes the technology can also be shared to brighten the future for all, both at home and overseas.
"Smog may be on the retreat at the moment but remains a problem that cannot be ignored, not only in China but in many other countries," said Zhang, 40, chi ...