亚历山大• 帕斯特纳克是驻在北京在的自由撰稿作家。他同时是生态生命科学网站treehugger.com的通讯员。本文首次登载于that's Beijing 杂志。
Alex Pasternack, a freelance writer based in Beijing, is a correspondent for green lifestyle website treehugger.com. This article originally appeared in that's Beijing magazine.
China could save 135 million tonnes of coal a year by making its big buildings energy efficient, but can it convince the developers to go green? Alex Pasternack reports from Beijing.
Beijing is investing in public transportation before the Games, but experts are more worried about the transit crisis they will face after the Olympic torch has left town. Alex Pasternack asks how China’s capital can beat the sprawl.
Developers in the Chinese capital are building more sustainable projects, says Alex Pasternack. But green architecture still faces an uphill struggle in a city better-known for its breakneck, resource-heavy growth.