CHINA has the worst chimney-liner insulation in the world, according to the World Health Organization.
In fact, the world’s worst chimneys are in China.
It’s the worst, and the U.S. and Canada have worse problems.
It was only in 2007 that the WHO determined that China was the worst in the developing world.
So far this year, China has made some progress in reducing air pollution, but there’s still a lot of pollution in the country.
It has the second-highest number of coal-fired power plants, and it’s also the worst producer of carbon dioxide.
The problem is that China is still very much the top producer of greenhouse gases.
According to the U, the U., China and India are all worse than the U in terms of carbon emissions per person, and in terms the amount of carbon pollution they create.
China has the highest concentration of greenhouse gas in the entire world.
This is the first year that the U and China have all tied for first place.
The U.K. is second, followed by Germany, France, Russia, Italy and the United States.
But China is far and away the worst country for its greenhouse gas emissions per capita.
The WHO says China emits 5.5 times more carbon pollution than the average of the 20 developed countries.
The United States is fifth in terms, followed closely by the EU, Germany, the United Kingdom and Canada.
The best way to cut emissions is to use natural gas, but the U has been pushing to increase the amount and use of coal.
This was one of the key policies of President Donald Trump’s administration, which is currently underway.
He wants to build pipelines to bring natural gas to the country, and he wants to increase coal usage.
It is true that China has been using more natural gas and coal to power its power plants.
But the U also has a very high coal use rate, and coal is an important part of the energy mix for many countries.
For example, China accounts for almost half of the world coal consumption, and almost half its CO2 emissions.