Still Holding our Breath examines Hong Kong's air quality policy in the ten years since 1997. Despite some progress, regulation is often either inadequate and set goals, even when met, do not meaningfully address the most important issues. This book provides an in-depth examination of Hong Kong's air pollution in light of the scope and efficacy of existing policy.
Suzy Kim uses as the foundation of her new study a mountain of documents captured during the Korean War from the north of Inje County that straddled the 38th parallel prior to the war. This material has... [ Read full review ]