Use of coal increased again in 2018, raising questions about the green energy transition, reports Feng Hao and Tom Baxter.
The patterns of Soviet oil extraction have left an indelible mark on China’s oil-rich western province, writes Judd C. Kinzley.
If seeing is believing, Chinese filmmakers have a role in bringing home the reality of climate change, writes Tang Damin
For years, Chinese city planners have prioritised cars, but they’re now taking a different route, writes Liu Shaokun.
Anthropologist Anna Lora-Wainwright discusses her new book and why we need to look at individual responses to local pollution.
Temptation to invest in Turkey’s coal sector will test President Xi’s commitment to climate leadership.
After years of reducing coal consumption, is the tide turning in China?
As Beijing closes its last coal power plant Feng Hao looks back at the history of the Chinese capital’s coal dependency.
Is China a climate hero or villain?
Eco-consciousness spreads through China’s cities writes Charlotte Middlehurst.