China needs carbon capture and storage technology to decrease its emissions from coal power, but the transition will be costly and difficult. In the first section of a two-part report, He Gang surveys an energy dilemma.
Tiger farming advocates say that legally selling body parts of the big cat could thwart the poachers. But a new report puts these claims to the test – and finds dangerous flaws in the economic arguments. Jan McGirk reports.
Today's round up includes: China's electricity production falls sharply, anti-smog measures likely responsible - Programme to reduce environmental impact of textiles points to success - Anti-pollution campaigners in China score important victories