Although China’s consumption of meat is rising, the country's citizens are the most likely to give up animal proteins when the environmental drawbacks are made clear
Disruption, decentralisation demand new business models in Germany and the United States
China’s revised energy data shows a commitment to greater transparency, say policy specialists
Angela Merkel's government plans to phase out the dirty coal smudging Germany’s energy transition
Dutch architect’s smog-eating tower could suck pollutants out of the air in Beijing and the world’s other dirty cities
Historian David Pietz argues China’s current water problems are deeply rooted in its past
This edition of our Journal showcases those China's environmental journalists who have shined a light on the country's pollution crisis and its causes, reflecting growing public unease about environmental degradation. Their work has helped prompt central government to make new laws, enforce tougher punishments and promise greener growth.
This report outlines the dynamism and scale of China’s changing energy, environment and climate change landscape, and the opportunities that presents for UK plc