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The Chinese coal industry responds to weakening demand and a flood of imported coal

Blog entry by Lifeng Fang | 2013-05-30

The Chinese coal mining industry has been hit by slowing coal consumption growth and simultaneously, a flood of cheaper imported coal. To stem the decline in profits, Chinese coal producers are pursuing a variety of strategies,...

Rainbow Warrior "Save Energy for Our Future" Tour: Hong Kong Stop

Blog entry by Monica Tan | 2013-05-23

Come on board and experience the spirit of Greenpeace's new Rainbow Warrior when she makes her first-ever journey to Hong Kong in June. The new Rainbow Warrior, built entirely from Greenpeace supporter donations, will host two open...

It's time the MEP walked its talk

Blog entry by Li Shuo | 2013-05-21

For residents in Beijing and many other eastern parts of China, this spring means another choking season of air pollution and a few more months of waiting for real cleanup action. Earlier in March, at a press conference of the...

Building our green future with green buildings

Blog entry by Greenpeace East Asia | 2013-05-14

2013 is proving to be a critical year in the shaping of a future electricity market for Hong Kong. While the Government will soon review the "scheme of control" agreements (SOC) with the city's two power companies, an inter-departmental...

We're now the biggest rooftop solar power producer in Beijing

Blog entry by Iris Cheng | 2013-05-08

At 10:48 am on 17 April in Beijing, Greenpeace made a bit of history: we joined the first batch of around 50 rooftop solar PV projects that connected to the grid in China. And to our surprise, we learned that our modest...

Hazardous air: What goes into your lungs on a bad day in Beijing

Blog entry by Lauri Myllyvirta | 2013-05-07

Image: One of the 16 volunteers with the sampler simulating human breathing.  © Greenpeace This was originally posted on Greenpeace International on April 23, 2013. You have seen air pollution before, but not in...

Greenpeace court case seeks to end suppression of anti-nuclear voices in Korea

Press release | 2013-05-01 at 13:48

Seoul, 1 May 2013 – Greenpeace East Asia and Greenpeace International today sought to reverse a decision by Korea's Ministry of Justice (MOJ) during the Lee Myung Bak administration to deny entry to six of the organisations’ staff into the...

As China addresses its 'airpocalypse', coal exporters fear loss of another market

Blog entry by Lifeng Fang | 2013-04-30

China’s air pollution crisis is more evident than ever. A new research report, conducted under the World Health Organization’s Global Burden of Disease project , shows that over 1.2 million premature deaths were caused by PM2.5...

When it comes to environmental talks, don't give up on China

Blog entry by Li Shuo | 2013-04-25

The major impact that international summits and treaties have had on China’s environmental governance is often overlooked. Environmental protection first emerged as an issue in China in 1972, after the country dispatched a delegation...

China's leaders want "revolution" in small-scale solar power

Blog entry by Li Shuo | 2013-04-23

For most observers of China’s renewable energy sector, flashy numbers are par for the course: China installed 15.9 gigawatts of wind power in 2012, bringing accumulated, grid-connected capacity to 61 gigawatts, and ranking the...

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