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As fuel use rises, China eyes alternatives

Renewable energy efforts get backing

By Jehangir Pocha
Globe Correspondent / October 3, 2004

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BEIJING -- When the opening lyrics of ''Dark Side of the Moon" floated through the air at a Beijing bar on a recent evening, patrons sang along to the Pink Floyd classic. ''Breathe, breathe in the air," they chanted in chorus. They seemed oblivious to the irony, in a city that is fast becoming one of the world's most polluted. (Full Article: 955 Words)

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