China has been facing pressure from several US based health organizations as well as from WHO to look into this matter urgently as China is the massive contributor to global carbon pollution (Gao). It is not only impairing the normal healthy life of the people of China but is also contributing to the overall causes of global warming (Rohde, R. and Muller, R). UN has appealed China and its government to take strong and prominent actions immediately so that air pollution and reduction in particulate matter in the atmospheric air can be reduced (Vautard, R, P Yiou and G, J Van Oldenborgh). The government of China is taking steps to check the issue (OECD 498). The old vehicles which are considered as one of the major cuase of pollution in China are taken off the road and the remaining will be removed by the year 2017 (Vautard, R, P Yiou and G, J Van Oldenborgh). Alternative energy sources has been prescribed to replace coal and set-up are under construction or has already operating to reduce the particulate matter in the air the main reason for haze and road accidents in beijing and in other parts of China (Vautard, R, P Yiou and G, J Van Oldenborgh). Factories have been removed from the cities to locations outside the city in order to prevent the toxic gases to mingle with the city air (Rohde, R. and Muller, R). But it is very difficult to act faster as rapid industrialization in China as labour cost is extremely low, which has added to the problem further (Vautard, R, P Yiou and G, J Van Oldenborgh). Though the initiative was mainly taken during the Beijing Olympic but later factories again moved near to the cities causing the situation further worse (J. Lin, et al 1738).
Though the government of China along with the government at the local level is taking several measures to control the air pollution of the major cities of China including Beijing the result till date is not satisfactory (Gao). The example of city haze in December 2015 is one of major indicator of the fact. But if conditions remain as such then the number of deaths due to health issues associated with pollution will increase day by day. So it is at present essential that the International Health Agencies should take initiatives to monitor the different actions claimed by the Central Government of China adopted to clear the city air.