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Greenpeace calls on Hong Kong Government to demand suspension of Taishan Nuclear...

Press release | 2016-06-21 at 20:04

19 April 2016, Hong Kong – Greenpeace is calling on the Hong Kong government to protect its residents and demand China suspend construction of the world’s largest nuclear reactors amid safety concerns being raised from an identical project in...

Friday Five: Beijing is sinking and China's soil pollution plan

Blog entry by Anna McGurk | 2016-06-17

Friday roundup highlighting environmental news and commentary of the week Study Finds China’s Ecosystems Have Become Healthier [WSJ] Government efforts to restore China’s degraded ecosystems such as forests and...

Meet Wen Fang, the artivist turning pollution masks into absurd works of art

Blog entry by Anna McGurk | 2016-06-08

Sick of feeling helpless in the face of China’s toxic air pollution plague, Beijing based artist Wen Fang set out to tackle the problem in the only way she knew how: through her art. Two years later, her photography project ‘Maskbook’...

Is China’s new plan to tackle soil pollution too little, too late?

Blog entry by Ada Kong & Wang Jing | 2016-06-03

China's soil pollution problem is already so extreme that 1/5 of farmland is unfit for use. A new action plan to tackle the problem has been released, but without immediate, binding legislation, its impact will be severely limited. ...

China releases its first ever soil pollution prevention plan, Greenpeace response

Press release | 2016-06-01 at 13:19

Beijing, 31 May, 2016 - China’s State Council today released the Soil Pollution Prevention Action Plan, China’s first ever policy plan aimed at tackling the country’s prevalent soil pollution problem. The document aims to ensure that 90% of...

Friday Five: Life in a cancer village and tackling renewable energy waste

Blog entry by Anna McGurk | 2016-05-27

China resumes environmental approval of coal-to-gas projects [Reuters] China has greenlit 3 new coal to gas projects with a total production of 4 billion cubic meters of synthetic natural gas and costing an estimated 456...

6 examples of China’s amazing biodiversity

Blog entry by Shuxuan Chen | 2016-05-21

Did you know that China is home to 10% of the world’s biodiversity?   China is one of the most biologically diverse countries on the planet. From the adorable Ili Pika, to species of trees older than the dinosaurs, elusive...

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