Smog In China Reaches Off-The-Charts Levels
The Chinese government is urging people to stay indoors due to severe smog, just as the country's president arrived in Paris to attend climate talks.By Carter Woodiel | November 30, 2015
Smog levels in China are as high as they've been all year — just in time for an international conference on climate change.
People are being advised to stay indoors as northern cities, including the capital of Beijing, see their skylines made almost invisible by pollutants.
The Chinese government has sent out an orange alert, the second most severe rating. This means factories must cut production and large trucks will be kept off the road until smoggy conditions are reduced. (Video via CBS)