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. […]
Could the US and China lead the way in COP21 negotiations? Photo credit: Reuters / Mick Tsikas. By Anders Lorenzen Increased ambition and efforts by the US and China could […]
A China-EU climate agreement signed late Monday could help pave the way to a GHG-reduction deal in Paris. Photo credit: Friends of Europe. By Antony Froggatt, Shane Tomlinson and Jens […]