The best wind resource of China is accomplished by the natural breach of Tianshan Mountain
A concerto of traditional agriculture and twenty-first century new energy source.
New "partners" on the grassland.
Wind is a clean energy. The sky becomes more blue and the air becomes fresher.
Wind farm becomes new tourist sight.
Greenpeace members collected samples of CLP fly ash in CLP’s lagoon in Lung Ku Tan and a cement factory in June and July this year. The samples were sent to an accredited laboratory in UK for analysis.
In August 2005, Greenpeace East Asia continued our air pollution monitoring mission in the coal-fired power plants in Hong Kong. We collected coal fly ash samples from the ash lagoons and a cement plant, and obtained an analysis report from an...
Greenpeace found toxic heavy metals, namely mercury and arsenic, in the fly ash produced by China Light and Power (CLP). Both mercury and arsenic have not been completely captured by the existing pollution control devices, a prolonged exposure to...
Greenpeace volunteers performed a social satire involving two clowns passing a black ball between them, ahead of a special Legislative Council (Legco) Environmental Affairs Panel, to expose the buck-passing between the SAR government and the two...
Greenpeace volunteers satirise the ‘buck-passing’ between HK government and power companies, CLP and HEC, which results in a lack of action to address the city’s atrocious air pollution partly caused by burning coal for energy.
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