Tom Levitt is a journalist and editor, based in London. Before joining chinadialogue he was deputy editor at the Ecologist magazine. He also set up and ran MSN environment. His work has featured in CNN, the guardian and Independent. He specialises in food, farming and environmental issues.
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The psychology of climate change: it's in my backyard now
Direct personal experience of global warming is on the rise in the US, according to a new study. Could it push more people into seeing it as a risk they want to solve?
Chinese cities “feel the loss of streetlife and community”
Badly planned urban sprawl is harming traditional Chinese communities, which want better-connected cities and not the American suburban dream, says US architect Peter Calthorpe
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What were the big stories for China’s environment in 2014?
The main developments for China and environment this year included greater recognition of the soil pollution crisis, a much-criticised reform of environmental laws, and a joint announcement with the US on climate targets ahead of UN talks
Only 9% of public ready to eat less meat to fight climate change
Meat and dairy production accounts for 14.5% of greenhouse gas emissions, yet majority of people underestimate its environmental footprint and are unwilling to change diets
China ‘not ready to be a world leader’ on climate change
China is not ready to lead climate deal, says Chinese academic, but will be far more active in lead-up to the UN summit in Paris than it was in Copenhagen