Olivia Boyd is a journalist and editor based in London. Her work has appeared in publications including China's Southern Weekend, The Ecologist and Building magazine, where she was formerly senior reporter. Olivia studied Chinese at Oxford University.
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Our cities are destined to have dramatically fewer cars, says Zipcar founder Robin Chase in an interview with chinadialogue
As the IPCC releases its latest round of reports, proposals for a more flexible climate regime are gaining popularity
Increasingly severe outbreaks of the dengue virus in south China and other countries have been linked to the growth of cities and warmer, wetter weather
Our London deputy editor Olivia Boyd looks back at the major Chinese environmental news stories from a turbulent year
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As geoengineering advocates talk up the “technofix” approach to climate change, governments may start intervening unilaterally in earth’s systems, says Clive Hamilton
The authorities are increasing their cloud-seeding ambitions in response to drought, but many experts are sceptical about the benefits
As environmentalism in China takes flight, the fight for animal protection lays bare cultural and social divides
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Conservation world needs to broaden focus to help understand what species are out there
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Campaigners are switching attention to mainland China after civil society pressure sees drop in shark-fin trade through Hong Kong
Fossil fuel reserves owned by listed companies pose a threat to the global economy as well as the climate, warns a new report
Rejection of a plan to revive the EU's ailing emissions trading scheme holds lessons for China, say campaigners
Vietnam and China driving illegal trade of pangolin scales and meat, say experts in approach to World Pangolin Day
British rejection of plans for a £12 billion radioactive waste repository exposes nuclear flaw
From mass protests to trade wars, shale-gas drilling to hazardous cosmetics, it’s been a topsy turvy 12 months for China’s environment. Here’s a quick refresher of the year that was.
What environment and governance issues will China’s next generation of leaders face? chinadialogue gives our verdict on eight of the biggest challenges.
After Germany and China decide against UK nuclear investment, Japanese firm Hitachi steps in with "100-year commitment"
British media believe only Chinese investment can ensure construction of a new generation of nuclear power stations in the country.
A Shanghai official has dismissed claims that his city is the most vulnerable to severe flooding of nine major global cities