Port-related emissions in Hong Kong and Shenzhen present a long-term threat to public health and regional economic development. Veronica Galbraith, Lynne Curry and Christine Loh explore how to clean up the industry.
Chinese entrepreneurs gave millions of dollars to quake relief efforts, signalling an upsurge in charitable giving. However, write John Elkington and Jodie Thorpe, businesses should also look to integrate social responsibility into their core strategies.
Why is a highly successful Chinese papermaking company now developing wind turbines? And what does this mean for the country’s sustainable development prospects? Zhou Xiaofang investigates the boom in renewables.
The politics of global warming are increasingly focused on the stance taken by the world’s fastest growing economy. Zhuang Guiyang discusses the difficulty of analysing climate-change policy-making in China.