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Pollution from US–China trade harms people up and down East Asia

Cargo ships berth at a port in Qingdao in China's eastern Shandong province.

Cargo ships berth in Qingdao, China. Ship traffic between China and the United States accounts for 2.5% of greenhouse-gas emissions from global shipping. Credit: STR/AFP/Getty

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Nature 575, 10 (2019)




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