China emits more greenhouse gases than any other country in the world. It emits more than both the US and Europe combined. Such a dramatic level of air pollution is killing 1 million people and costing the Chinese economy $39 bln a year. When will this stop?

What is more shocking is China has distributed or pledged to support $36 billion for highly pollutant coal power plants across 23 countries. Further to this, since 2001, the country has also already built and invested 251 GW of coal-fired power projects. This is not the way to produce energy.

Such investments are used to produce and export millions of tons of dirty and harmful iron and aluminium. The export of primary aluminium, semis and finished products from China have exceeded 9.1 mln tons in 2018 (16% growth vs 2017) and of this, only 12.5% of the Chinese primary aluminium is produced with renewable or clean sources of energy. This is not helping the global effort to make the world a greener place. It is only us and future generations which will suffer.

We encourage consumers in the US and Europe to stop buying these dirty metals from China and rather turn to low carbon products which are kind to the environment.

Vote for green production and sign the petition to stop China polluting our precious planet!


Extend the “Blue Sky” plan

Extend the “Blue Sky” plan

Extend the comprehensive new 2018 – 2020 Three-year Action Plan for Winning the Blue Sky War (“Blue Sky”) which is regarded by many as the second phase of the original air pollution action plan. Building on China’s most influential environmental policy of the past five years, the plan will tackle air pollution in every city across the whole country of China; this new plan will reach cities that have not previously been subject to these action plans, such as Linfen in Shanxi, being forced to improve their air quality.
Stop Overcapacity

Stop Overcapacity

As research highlights, China’s attempt to reduce manufacturing capacity has been disappointing and the country needs to improve its attitude towards overcapacity in the heavy industry and energy sector. Such heavy industries are a major part of the problem of severe air pollution from across China as it is the leader in the heavy industries market. Despite tighter environmental standards placing restrictions on heavy industry, reduction targets still need to be met with overcapacity still a seismic problem.
Stop the “Greedy Few”

Stop the “Greedy Few”

Stop a group of Chinese tycoons known as the “Greedy few” who are benefiting from the heavy industry businesses which pollute air, water and soil in China which impacts the rest of the world.


Our mission

Public awareness of the issue has led to some changes in government policy in China, but there is a lot more that needs to be done.

The problem is not getting better. China's coal consumption is now growing at its fastest rate since 2011.Chinese coal consumption has risen in 2018, and the overall number of sources releasing pollutants into the environment has almost doubled since 2010. In the first five months of 2018, more than 870 million metric tons of thermal coal were consumed nationwide - a huge 12 per cent increase from 2017 levels.

That is why we have launched this website - as a place for anyone concerned about the destruction of our environment caused by unrestrained Chinese pollution, to come together, to share ideas and research and to raise awareness of one of the biggest threats facing people around the world. Make your voice heard and sign up to our petition below. We can stop China pollution together.

It only takes a minute but could play a small part in helping to preserve our planet for future generations.

About us

Stop China Pollutuion. We unite groups of environmentally concerned activists to wage combat on heavy smog in Chinese cities, stop non-controlled pollution of water and soil from the wastes generated by the heavy industry facilities and give a chance to the whole China to find a way for a balanced development and green future. We research, investigate and help you get updated.