CS Kiang is chair of the Peking University Environmental Fund. He helped to write A Roadmap of US-China Collaboration on Energy and Climate Change. Kiang has presented his ideas on low-carbon city partnerships at international events, including the Manchester Climate Change Task Force Workshop, the Global Forum 2009, the Williamsburg Conference in Japan, and the Energy Forum for Asia.
Joint projects on low-carbon cities can help the United States and China face the climate crisis and the economic downturn, write Du Tingting and CS Kiang.
Can a new relationship between China and the United States help form a new climate-change agreement in Denmark this year? CS Kiang and Luo Rui report.
Improving energy efficiency and moving toward clean technologies will not only improve the climate, but also bring social and economic benefits to China, write Feng Chaoling and CS Kiang.
Climate-change policy in China has reached a critical moment. A new, equitable form of development that takes global warming into account could be the nation’s gift to the world, say He Gang and CS Kiang.