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China’s planned coal-to-gas plants could emit over 1 billion tons of CO2

Press release | 2014-07-24 at 16:17

London/Beijing - In a threat to its prospects of environmental improvement, China may build almost 50 coal-to-gas projects - potentially jeopardising its efforts to cut coal use, tackle pollution and reduce greenhouse gas emissions according to a...

China’s planned coal-to-gas plants to emit over one billion tons of CO2

Blog entry by Christine Ottery | 2014-07-24

There is a potential storm on the horizon of China’s energy policy: coal-to-gas. There could be 50 coal-to-gas projects operational within the next decade, producing 225 billion cubic metres of synthetic natural gas [SNG] per year,...

What will the Chinese leadership say at the UN climate summit in New York?

Blog entry by Li Shuo | 2014-06-12

——This article has been posted on Chinadialogue on June 10th, 2014 Ban Ki-moon has called for “bold” announcements from national leaders at his climate change summit in New York this autumn. Greenpeace’s Li Shuo outlines a...

Chinese Environment Ministry warns on Water pollution

Blog entry by Damian Kahya | 2014-06-09

China's Environment Ministry has warned the country faces severe water pollution, soil erosion and acid rain - as air quality issues continue to dog many of the country's largest cities. The official China Environmental Situation ...

Your Impact Highlights

Magazine Article | 2014-04-29 at 13:22

We made some great campaign breakthroughs, because of you.

Best of the rest: what we clicked on this week around the web

Blog entry by Greenpeace East Asia | 2014-04-25

Every Friday we round-up the links that picked up buzz on the internet. Don't forget to add us on Facebook  and  Twitter . Chairman of Lanzhou Veolia apologizes after water pollution in China . (Reuters) China set to...

Big Wins for Water and Whales

Standard Page | 2014-04-16 at 16:48

Celebrate with us! Greenpeace puts pressure to act against China's largest coal company!

Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei’s efforts to reduce pollution fall short

Blog entry by Greenpeace East Asia | 2014-04-16

Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei have always been China’s most air polluted regions but Hebei is the most severely affected region. Data from 2013, which analysed 74 cities clearly shows that Hebei province accounted for 7 out of the top...

Why China's environment ministry should say no to coal gasification

Blog entry by Li Yan | 2014-04-15

This was originally posted on China Dialogue, 18 March 2014. Vice environment minister Wu Xiaoqing has said more clean and renewable energy needs to be made available in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei triangle in order to reduce smog,...

Our climate and energy campaigner that took on big coal

Image | 2014-04-14 at 5:00

Greenpeace East Asia climate and energy campaigner, Li Shuo.

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