A new book from chinadialogue provides access to stories of environmental activism in China
The rise of unconventional gas in America has proved a “real distraction” from the priority of tackling climate change, Bill McKibben tells chinadialogue.
Five figures from China’s sustainable development field tell chinadialogue what they hope for from this week’s Earth Summit.
For the next two days, 23 energy ministers from around the world will thrash out global strategies for cleaner power. chinadialogue asked a roundtable of experts what should top the agenda.
Another year has gone, another round of negotiations is about to begin, but what has been achieved and what direction are we heading in? A roundtable of experts helps chinadialogue find its bearings.
From a successful challenge to Beijing’s planning authorities to damages for mass tadpole deaths, the 2000s were full of turning points for green law in China. Here, chinadialogue presents its picks of the decade.
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The Living Planet Report, produced by WWF and its partners, shows that humanity’s demands still outstrip the world’s natural resources – a trend likely to worsen. chinadialogue looks inside the 2010 edition.
Until recently, Yu Qingtai was Beijing’s top climate negotiator. In a speech earlier this month, Yu argued that the developing world must continue to resist unfair demands from rich countries. Here, chinadialogue publishes a summary of his remarks.
As world leaders prepare to thrash out global issues in Toronto this weekend, a roundtable of experts and commentators explain what they believe should top the agenda.