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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...

Friday Five: China's parched west hits crisis levels and a landmark new air pollution...

Blog entry by Anna McGurk | 2016-05-06

Friday roundup highlighting environmental news and commentary of the week  China's new weapon against water pollution: its people [Marketplace] China is recruiting the public to help them tackle pollution in its rivers...

Friday Five: China's cutting down on coal again

Blog entry by Anna McGurk | 2016-04-29

Friday round-up highlighting the news and environmental commentary of the week  Why I’m optimistic China can avert an environmental catastrophe [SCMP] Like Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio , David Dodwell (Executive...

Study on Economics of Coal-fired Power Generation Projects in China Report

Publication | 2016-04-28 at 18:51

After analyzing the thermal-power (coal-power) related phemonenon and data of the power sector in 2015, the mismatching of use and resources remains complex. With a 2.3% annual drop in thermal power generation and only 0.5% growth in total...

Friday Five: Smog's journey to the west and 'toxic' schools

Blog entry by Anna McGurk | 2016-04-22

Friday round-up highlighting the news and environmental commentary of the week  Shock and Outrage at Changzhou ‘toxic school’ [Guardian] China's shockingly lax hazardous chemicals industry was thrown into the...

China’s air pollution problem is heading west

Blog entry by Dong Liansai | 2016-04-20

The data is in, and at first glance it looks like good news. China’s air quality has improved overall, but much of its less developed middle and western cities have seen marked increases in PM2.5 levels. 2016 has already...

As eastern China’s air quality improves rapidly, 69 cities in central and western...

Press release | 2016-04-20 at 11:11

Beijing, 20 April, 2016 – Greenpeace East Asia’s city rankings for the first quarter of 2016 show significant improvements in average air quality in 362 cities across the country. The improvements are particularly rapid in eastern China’s three...

Data shows China’s economy is breaking free from coal - Greenpeace

Press release | 2016-04-15 at 13:11

Beijing, 15 April, 2016 - A trove of data on economic performance in the first quarter of 2016, released by China’s National Bureau of Statistics this morning, shows that while China’s overall economy saw some improvement, coal use and CO2...

Boom and Bust 2016

Publication | 2016-04-06 at 13:40

The world has too many coal-fired power plants, yet the power industry continues to build more. While the amount of electricity generated from coal has declined for two years in a row, the industry has ignored this trend and continues to build...

Friday Five: Bursting Bubbles, Parching Land, Planting Trees

Blog entry by Tom Baxter | 2016-03-25

1.  China beginning to clamp down on its enormous coal power bubble Due to the economic slowdown and the rapid growth of renewables, China is no longer in need of power from dirty and thirsty (see this week’s number two story)...

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