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China sells BOTTLED AIR to tourists

China sells BOTTLED AIR to tourists | Xposed | Scoop.it
In an attempt to address its dangerous smog levels - described as an environmental crisis by the World Health Organisation - canned air is due to hit the streets.
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I remember everyone joking about the government taxing air. Well we are one step closer to that becoming a reality.

 

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Jackson and Marduk's curator insight, October 6, 2014 4:39 PM

Economic: China is selling air to tourists because the smog is so bad there.  This addresses China's air problem, which is caused by producing goods. The World Health Organization described this problem as an environmental crisis.

Colton and Kenneth's curator insight, October 14, 2014 12:47 PM

Even if the air in China is polluted, what's the point of having the bottled air? What's its purpose? It says it addresses the dangerous smog levels, but that is already well known information. China & Area/Geography

Emily and Kevria's curator insight, October 16, 2014 4:56 PM

Economic: Due to the bad air quality,  China is startimg to trade bottled air. Canned air is goimg to starting becoming more and more popular. The air quality is caused because china is a mass prduction company. This article fits into the economic category because they are trading bottled air for money. 

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Lady Gaga's charity spent $1.85 million on expenses in 2012, gave one $5,000 grant

Lady Gaga's charity spent $1.85 million on expenses in 2012, gave one $5,000 grant | Xposed | Scoop.it
Lady Gaga has become the latest celeb to come into question over her shady charity records.
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Julieanne Jackson's curator insight, November 17, 2014 3:56 PM

You can donate to charity organizations for a tax deduction. http://www.collectibleswithcauses.org/ This non-profit charity accepts collectibles, all different vehicles, real estate, even aircraft. It's free of charge, convenient; they pick up your donation. Besides the good deed of donating to charity, you get the perks of the tax savings.  :)