The number I quoted wasn't wrong. https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/absolute-number-of-deaths-from-ambient-particulate-air-pollution This names a scientist that has done the research, and which publication the paper is in. https://www.scmp.com/news/china/sci...-killing-1-million-people-and-costing-chinese An older report has 1.37 million premature deaths as an estimate. Its high range was 1.6mil, which is likely why that value still gets quoted, but its low range is 0.35mil. https://www.asianscientist.com/2016/11/health/particulate-air-pollution-china-premature-death/ In terms of the level of air pollution China, it only matters in that it is proof that things are improving there. The installation of efficient coal, solar, wind, and hydro is paying off. If any actual deaths are really a concern, what about the ones in India? There are nearly as many premature deaths from air pollution as in China, and they have a smaller population. Or what about the 100,000 premature deaths in the US? Doing anything about them? Having a prayer vigil? Or do only the deaths that can be pinned to communists matter? I provided reports on China's installation of of efficient coal plants earlier. Here are some reports showing that their air quality is improving. The first source was one using the 1.6mil figure. https://www.stateofglobalair.org/air https://ourworldindata.org/air-poll...r-of-deaths-and-dalys-lost-from-air-pollution Now, can you provide any sources about the DOE providing this technology, and the Chinese then not using it?