What the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitter is doing to tackle climate change
220-storey Sky City project in Changsha plans to drastically cut construction carbon emissions
Oil giant’s Energy Outlook highlights China’s slowing thirst for coal and better efficiency but its new greener economy will still increase its emissions output
Move welcomed as step in right direction but absolute emission reduction requires a climbdown on coal
Emerging barrage technology harnesses tides without need to flood estuaries with estimates of 100 GW of potential available in China alone.
Arab countries unite with coalition of vocal Latin American nations, China, India and emerging Asian economies to form new negotiating bloc called Like Minded Group (LMG).
Money will be spent over three-and-a-half year period as country chases ambitious energy efficiency targets.
On the day that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is at the centre of a diplomatic tug of war, it is important to remember the cables are a powerful tool – as this selection of entries on climate change highlight.
The Climate Group reveals Beijing’s plans to focus on ten mitigation and ten adaptation tools as it looks to tackle climate change head-on.
Move could signal start of aggregated Asia-Pacific emissions trading scheme.
New partnership pursues East Asian grid that could connect Russia, China and Japan to huge clean energy power sources in Gobi desert.
A selection of the top stories from Responding to Climate Change this week including camel nostrils, Arctic drilling and why China’s economy needs to get resource efficient.
Member Ministers call on developed countries to take lead and questions their commitment to tackling climate change.
Lord Deben hails Beijing’s domestic progress but says the US is avoiding its responsibilities to cut carbon emissions.
Government will phase out old cars, close factories and plant new forests to reduce chronic levels of pollutants.
EU calls US “arrogant and ignorant” for interfering in Emissions Trading Scheme and says deal must be agreed.
As China makes the first tentative steps towards legally binding cuts, has India become climate change public enemy no.1?