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An orange sky caused by the ambient lights form the city rises above residential flats, two hours after midnight in Hong Kong on February 10, 2013. After recent scares with extremely high rates of pollution over parts of China, in a great part due to the burning of coal to produce electricity, hope may be around the corner with the development of far more environmentally friendly and effective ways to both produce electricity and in the efficiency in the way in which modern electrical appliances use electricity, such as solar and wind powered generators, and modern LED lights used for lighting and in many devices. LED's are far more efficient and in recent years have become far more competive price wise. AFP PHOTO / Antony DICKSON (Photo credit should read ANTONY DICKSON/AFP/Getty Images)
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An orange sky caused by the ambient lights form the city rises above residential flats, two hours after midnight in Hong Kong on February 10, 2013. After recent scares with extremely high rates of pollution over parts of China, in a great part due to the burning of coal to produce electricity, hope may be around the corner with the development of far more environmentally friendly and effective ways to both produce electricity and in the efficiency in the way in which modern electrical appliances use electricity, such as solar and wind powered generators, and modern LED lights used for lighting and in many devices. LED's are far more efficient and in recent years have become far more competive price wise. AFP PHOTO / Antony DICKSON (Photo credit should read ANTONY DICKSON/AFP/Getty Images)
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An orange sky caused by the ambient lights form the city rises above... News Photo 161306644Abstract,City,Environmental Damage,Environmental Issues,Flat,Form,Hong Kong,Horizontal,Light,Orange,Residential Structure,Rise,Sky,TimePhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPAn orange sky caused by the ambient lights form the city rises above residential flats, two hours after midnight in Hong Kong on February 10, 2013. After recent scares with extremely high rates of pollution over parts of China, in a great part due to the burning of coal to produce electricity, hope may be around the corner with the development of far more environmentally friendly and effective ways to both produce electricity and in the efficiency in the way in which modern electrical appliances use electricity, such as solar and wind powered generators, and modern LED lights used for lighting and in many devices. LED's are far more efficient and in recent years have become far more competive price wise. AFP PHOTO / Antony DICKSON (Photo credit should read ANTONY DICKSON/AFP/Getty Images)