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.
EU should fight to keep hold of its climate leadership position. Photo credit: Pete Souza / The White House via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Last week, China and the […]
Construction works in Dagachhu Hydropower Development in Bhutan By Rebecca Clark The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) announced, in a report issued at its 11th Council meeting, that employment had […]
A Chinese open-cast coal mine. Photo credit:Greenpeace / Wu Haitao. By Anders Lorenzen The argument that we should not combat climate change before China acts is an argument that […]
Obama and Xi Jinping ahead of the COP21 climate summit. Photo credit: Reuters / Kevin Lamarque. By Anders Lorenzen Towards the end of 2014, China signed an ambitious climate deal […]
Severe air pollution in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou last year. Photo credit: V.T. Polywoda via Flickr. By Dr James Hansen I returned Christmas Eve from a workshop[a] in […]
The UK prime minister, David Cameron announce a historic nuclear deal between China and the UK at a Downing Street press conference. Photo credit: Number 10 / Georgina Coupe via Flickr. […]