Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao is joining scores of heads of state on December 7 for a top UN summit on climate change in Copenhagen. Meanwhile, back home the signs of climate change continue.
Just over a week before a crucial UN climate summit at Copenhagen, China announces it will cut "carbon intensity" by 40-45 percent by 2020 over 2005 levels. Is this significant enough to help stop climate change?
Hong Kong air pollution affects all of us. That's why we've created a new iPhone application that lets you check air quality. Anytime. Anywhere.
As US president Barack Obama leaves the Chinese capital, we take a look at what he achieved, if anything, on pushing forward a solution to climate change.
As US President Barack Obama visits China this week, Greenpeace (and tens of thousands of Chinese people) have a special message for him.
Greenpeace is inviting the Chinese public to grab a piece of the most powerful man on earth. Curious?
Greenpeace is asking the Hong Kong public to donate a single Hong Kong dollar to help send Chief Executive Donald Tsang to crucial climate change meetings in Copenhagen in December. Is this what we have to do to make him go?
Greenpeace China's Yang Ailun calls on the President of the United States to show leadership for the sake of the whole world.
China would be a lot more proactive on climate change if the West stepped up and took their share of the burden, British journalist and environmentalist George Monbiot tells Greenpeace China.
There has been a mixed reaction to the news that US President Barack Obama has won the Nobel Peace Prize. Here's what we think.
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