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Green Shoots?

by Crystal Wilde | Oct. 23 2021

Can China kick its decades’ long coal addiction in order to meet its ambitious climate targets.

Glass Half Empty

by Mable-Ann Chang | Sep. 16 2021

China’s water crisis threatens to derail its economic future. What can be done to turn things around.

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Green China

China is now leading the way towards a greener and more sustainable future.

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Mar. 12 2020

When the Taps Run Dry: How Water Shortages Threaten Northern China

The moment finally came just after Lunar New Year, 2016. That morning, residents in Lintao, a city of 200,000.

by Tom Nunlist | Dec. 11 2018

Enter the e-bike

Sometimes, a major innovation starts at the top of a market and works down—think of Tesla's electric sports.

by Bennett Voyles | Nov. 14 2018

The Real Cost of Air Pollution in China

We all know that air pollution is bad for our health. But what is often overlooked is that high pollution.

by Liu Sha | Apr. 13 2018

How Do Chinese Companies Profit from Environmental Protection?

Decades of breakneck development in China have taken a terrible toll on the air, water, and soil. The good news.

by James Lord | Mar. 15 2018

Xiong’an New Area: China’s Newest Special Economic Zone?

On April 1st, 2017, the Chinese government announced the formation of a new special economic and development zone: the Xiong.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Nov. 8 2017

Can China Lead the Way To a Better Environment?

Just a few years ago, China was a major obstacle to a global agreement on climate change. But the attitude.

by Douglas Bulloch | Apr. 10 2017

Water Sustainability, Disaster Relief and Business Ethics: Coca-Cola China’s Sustainability Officer Talks CSR

“Sustainability is one of those issues that I am very passionate in, it is linked to my beliefs,” says Zhang.

by Neelima Mahajan | Oct. 5 2016

Together as One: Is JingJinJi All That It is Touted To Be?

In 1911, the grandest building in Beijing was the Forbidden City’s 35-meter-tall Hall of Supreme Harmony, and.

by Hudson Lockett | Jan. 20 2016

China’s Pollution Tax: Putting a Price on Pollution

In a bid to improve the environment, the Chinese government is considering imposing a pollution tax. But how exactly should.

by Brian Viard | Sep. 15 2015

Is Corporate Social Responsibility China’s Secret Weapon?

Chinese companies are starting to realize that corporate social responsibility is an important part of their transformation into a reputed.

by Meng Liu | May. 27 2015

China Data: A Drop in Carbon Emissions in China

From stats on China's megacities to the drop in carbon emissions in China, the numbers you need to know.

by CKGSB Knowledge | May. 26 2015

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