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CEF posts news stories and reports from Chinese and Western sources that relate to major environmental issues and promising policy developments in China. 2013: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun| Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec February 2013 January 2013 Beijing family boycotts city's tapwaterPeng Liguochinadialogue, January 16, 2013 (Chinese) A beautiful China calls for collective actionZhou RenjieThe People's Daily, January 16, 2013 (Chinese) Smog's long shadow: In seven years, Beijing air still won't meet WHO standardsXu YanyanYicai, January 16, 2013 What exactly is in Beijing's polluted air?Climate DeskThe Guardian, January 15, 2013 Major toxic spill concealed for five daysGao Shengke and He TaoCaijing, January 15, 2013 Li pledges to fight for clean airWu Wencong, Tang Yue and Zhang ChunyanChina Daily, January 15, 2013 China issues first greenhouse gas bulletinXinhua, January 15, 2013 (Chinese) "Wet North, Dry South" has arrivedCui Zheng and Xu ChaoCaixin, January 14, 2013 Chinese web users outraged after days of official silence follow toxic river spillLi YuTea Leaf Nation, January 14, 2013 (Chinese) Editorial: Choosing between environmental protection and development should be society's decisionGlobal Times, January 14, 2013 Healthy debate over Beijing's air qualityWu Wencong, Tang Yue and Cui JiaChina Daily, January 14, 2013 What happens when China goes "grey"?Mark FrazierThe Diplomat, January 14, 2013 (Chinese) A beautiful China starts with healthy breathingWu WeizhengThe People's Daily, January 14, 2013 (Chinese) Shanxi alinine pollution disasterLiu HongqiaoCaixin, January 14, 2013 A look at China's renewable energy progressCarin HallOil Price, January 13, 2013 Between the glacier and the dam: life on the Tibetan plateau Sean Gallagherchinadialogue, January 13, 2013 Breathing in Beijing: coping with China's smogDidi Kirsten TatlowInternational Herald Tribune's Rendezvous, January 13, 2013 (Chinese) Respect those who live low carbon lifestylesXiong JianThe People's Daily, January 13, 2013 (Chinese) What happened to our air?Wu WeizhenThe People's Daily, January 13, 2013 Oil pipeline in Guangdong leaks 10 tons of oil into Nanxi, January 13, 2013 Petrochemical leak pollutes Shanghai portXinhua, January 13, 2013
Beijing air pollution reaches dangerous levelsXinhua, January 13, 2013 Shanghai probes illegal chemical waste dumpDuan WuningGlobal Times, January 12, 2013 Behind China's roaring solar industryMichael J. SilversteinHavard Business Review, January 11, 2013 A cycle of cancer, from here to ChinaDan FaginThe New York Times, January 11, 2013 Drinking water safety is not a simple problemFan ZhengweiPeople's Daily Online, January 11, 2013 China's one-child policy impact analysedRebecca MorelleBBC News, January 10, 2013 Nestle Taps China Water Thirst as West Spurns PlasticDermot DohertyBloomberg, January 10, 2013 China's carbon intensity falls over 3.5 percent in 2012: officialWan Xu and David StanwayReuters, January 10, 2013 China & Renewable Energy:The Outlook for GrowthAndrew ProteusChina Cleantech, January 10, 2013 Rescuing China's bears from bile farms, one by oneDidi Kirsten TatlowInternational Herald Tribune's Rendezvous, January 10, 2013 Hebei swimming club sues Shanxi chemical company over toxic spillLaura ZhouSouth China Morning Post, January 10, 2013 Beijing tap water getting worse: expertPeople's Daily Online, January 10, 2013 Chinese firm buys U.S. solar start-upDiane Cardwell and Keith BradsherThe New York Times, January 9, 2013 Shanxi orders chemical company to halt productionXinhua, January 9, 2013 (Chinese) Commentary: Is the "drinking water problem" that simple?Fan ZhengweiThe People's Daily, January 9, 2013 (Chinese) Tianji Group's criminal past: Near its reservoir, a cancer villageJin WeiDaily Economic News, January 9, 2013 We're winning the air pollution data battle - so what next?Ma Junchinadialogue, January 9, 2013 (Chinese) Media claims company waited eleven days to report Shanxi alinine spill Sina News, January 8, 2013 Officials failing to stop textile factories dumping waste in Qiantang RiverHan Weichinadialogue, January 8, 2013 China moves forward with shale gas by holding second auctionXu Liu and Sarah ForbesChinaFAQ, January 3, 2013 China’s oil and natural gas sectors ready to roar in 2013 Yen Ling SongPlatts, The Barrel Blog, January 3, 2013 China’s new "middle class" environmental protestsLiu Jianqiangchinadialogue, January 2, 2013 China's taste for pork serves up a pollution problemNicola DavisonThe Guardian, January 1, 2013 2012:Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec December 2012 The Great Smog of ChinaClarissa Sebag-MontefioreThe New York Times, December 28, 2012 Air pollution: what China can learn from the USZhao Lijian, Xu Nanchinadialogue,  December 21, 2012 Don't repeat our mistakes on dam building, US urges AsiaCorinne Purtillchinadialogue,  December 20, 2012 Gas pipeline from Russia to China threatens world heritage siteJenny Johnsonchinadialogue,  December 19, 2012 (Chinese) A daily pollutant of tens of tons are released in Qiantang River near the textile manufacture center in HangzhouChina Environmental Protection, December 18, 2012 (Chinese) "8,572 would die early in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Xi'an due to PM2.5 pollution " says a research conducted by Environmental NGOs and the Peking UniversitySiyu ShenLegal Daily, December 18, 2012 (Chinese) The Jiao River in the city of Shijiazhuang contains heavy metal chemical that poisons rice irrigated by the water from itChina Environmental Protection, December 18, 2012 (Chinese) Air pollution monitoring should be transparentCaijing, December 18, 2012 Pollution from car emissions killing millions in China and IndiaJoh VidalThe Guardian, December 17, 2012 (Chinese) Beijing introduces (temporary) emergency plan to deal with deteriorating air qualitySohu News, December 17, 2012 (Chinese) Xi'an has had seven days of severely polluted air quality, with PM indicator four times the standard levelLe Gao, Tingting LiuSohu News, December 17, 2012 (Chinese) Decrease in ground water poses challenge to drinking water provision in some Beijing communitiesShuling ZhangXinhua News, December 17, 2012 (Chinese) China Gas will take over British Fortune Oil Company's Chinese marketHexun News, December 17, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese small wind plant companies call for policy changes help them out of quandariesXiangyang YuSina News, December 16, 2012 Official cars garaged if Beijing air worsensXinhua, December 15, 2012 Is China Really Building 100 Dams in Africa?Deborah BrautigamChina in Africa: The Real Story, December 13, 2012 2008 Sichuan Earthquake Likely Man-madeChina Digital Times, December 13, 2012 China's risky overseas dam building in Burma and beyondGrace Mangchinadialogue, December 13, 2012 KPF Releases Masterplan for Chinese City Built from ScratchAlison FurutoArch Daily, December 13, 2012 China's 'ecological footprint' fears fuelled by retail bonanzaBBC, December 12, 2012 All of the world's power plants, in one handy mapBrad PlumerWashington Post, December 8, 2012 Official Worried About Gaps in Regulation in Shale Gas DevelopmentCaijing, December 7, 2012 Green activists spend 100,000 yuan on NY Times ad aimed at Xi's environmental policyShi JiangtaoSouth China Morning Post, December 7, 2012 (Chinese) China picks up speed to build dams in Southeastern Asia to boost its grand project of electricity transmission from West to East ChinaHuanqiu Opinion, December 7, 2012 (Chinese) 1.5 million of people are displaced as a result of ongoing and planned dam-building projectsSina News, December 7, 2012 (Chinese) Villagers in the county of Chenggu, Sha'anxi petition to blow the dam that hinders flood managementTengxun News, December 7, 2102 (Chinese) Over exploitation of Gudou Forestry in Guangdong chokes the capacity of hydropower plant close bySina News, December 7, 2012 (Chinese) Sha'anxi invested 12 billion dollar to build the biggest reservoir on Wei RiverSina Finance, December 7, 2012 Environmentalist Liu Futang fined for exposing Hainan pollution scandalsLi JingSouth China Morning Post, December 6, 2012 China to flatten 700 mountains for new metropolis in the desertJonathan KaimanThe Guardian, December 6, 2012 Officials struggling to respond to China’s year of environment protestsFeng Jie and Wang Taochinadialogue, December 6, 2012 China pledges $56 billion to cut air pollutionReuters, December 5, 2012 Mongolia finds China can be too close for comfortCharles HutzlerAssociated Press, December 5, 2012 China demands timetable to $100 billion climate aid for developing worldAlister Doyle and Barbara LewisReuters, December 5, 2012 China's oil question comes to IraqJ Michael ColeThe Diplomat, December 2, 2012 Climate Change Study Indicates Amount Of Greenhouse Gases Rose By 3 Percent Worldwide Last YearSeth BorensteinHuffington Post, December 2, 2012 

November 2012

What if the U.S. and China Worked Together to Solve their Environmental Problems?Charles ZhuTea Leaf Nation, November 30, 2012 (Chinese) China will build up to twenty nuclear power plants in 2015Hexun News, November 29, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese first center for environmental law enforcement and execution is established in Changzhou, JiangsuYuanming Zhang, Jianxuan ChangSohu News, November 29, 2012 (Chinese) The provincial government of Shanxi pays 480 million yuan for the polluted waterLina RenSina News, Novemeber 29, 2012 Toxic Effects and Environmental NondisclosureCaixin, November 28, 2012 India, China gang up against non-committal rich nations in Doha climate talksNitin SethiThe Economic Times, November 27, 2012 Gov't Will Put Billions into New-Energy Vehicles, Official SaysYang QiuboCaixin, November 26, 2012 (Chinese) The city of Tianjin is going to impose tighter regulation on water usage faced with stark water shortageNet Ease News, November 26, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese Ministry of Agriculture: the application of water-efficient technology in agriculture is key to guaranteeing food securityHexun News, November 26, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese Ministry of Agriculture is going to subsidize distant fisheryYunzhang JiangSohu News, November 26, 2012 (Chinese) The Sino-Singapore Tianjin eco-city is sold at 312 million due to poor revenueRongrong LaoPheonix House, November 26, 2012 China's Qinghai hires 9,000 grassland keepersXinhua, November 25, 2012 In "beautiful China", local polluters still hold swayDavid StanwayReuters, November 21, 2012 The Downside of China's Clean Energy PushEhren GoossensBloomberg Businessweek, November 21, 2012 (Chinese) The Royal Dutch Shell plc is going to invest one billion dollar per year to broaden its Chinese upstream market Pheonix Finance, November 21, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese domestic natural gas production experiences a 6.4% growth, reaching 87.8 billion cubic meters from January to Octobor this yearChina's News, November 21, 2012 Environmental Frets as Frackers Move InWang XiaocongCaixin, November 20, 2012 (Chinese) The lack of legislations on reparatory remedy chokes the legal support for environmental protectionYafen SongZhongyuan News, November 20, 2012 (Chiese) Sinopec speeds up the process of shale gas exploiration in Tibet with a new contractQiyu ChenHexun News, November 20, 2012 (Chiese) China calls for better cultivation of the downstream market of shale gasSina Finance, November 19, 2012 (Chiese) The price for natural gas in China is seven times of that in the USXudong ZhangChina Stock News, November 19, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese scholar says that the core challenge is the low-efficiency in using resourcesJia LiuStockstar Finance, November 19, 2012 As Wen Jiabao departs, China's dam plans accelerate David StanwayReuters, November 18, 2012 Apocalypse MaoChristina LarsonForeign Policy, November 15, 2012 An insight into the green vocabulary of the Chinese communist partyMeng Sichinadialoge, November 15, 2012 Water: The next challenge for China's new leaders?Olga KhazanWashington Post, November 15, 2012 Gov't Offers Subsidies to Solar ProjectsLu BingyangCaixin, November 13, 2012 Head of MEP says leaving the environment out of economic development discussion like "killing the goose that lays the golden egg"People's Daily, November 13, 2012 (Chinese) Qinghai explores the development of a mechanism to restore ecology in the Sanjiangyuan National Nature ReserveXinhua, November 12, 2012 Shell China Shale Size May Be Equal to U.S. Gas, Bischel SaysAnthony DiPaolaBloomberg Businessweek, November 12, 2012 With China and India Ravenous for Energy, Coal's Future Seems AssuredPeter GaluszkaNew York Times, November 12, 2012 China focus: Beijing mounts push for increased energy from renewablesLeslie HookFinancial Times, November 11, 2012 (Chinese) China's Bureau of Environmental Protection seeks public opinion on solutions to pollution caused by lead batteriesZhou YanPheonix News, November 9, 2012 (Chinese) The City of Changsha resolved to limit Yellow-labeled cars to improve air qualityYing Xie, Jian TanHexun News, November 9, 2012 (Chinese) State Council: 20,000 small mines to be shut down over next three yearsCai YanhongLegal Daily, November 9, 2012 (Chinese) Delegations from Chinese state-owned companies discuss the future development of green energy on the 18th CPC National CongressJin ZhaoCCTV, November 9, 2012 (Chinese) 18th NPC report launches "Beautiful China" green development conceptLi Bin, Gu Ruizhen, and Xiong ZhenyanXinhua, November 9, 2012 Jiangsu Requires Local Gov'ts to Consider 'Social Stability' in Project ApprovalsHe LinlinCaixin, November 9, 2012 A rise in Confucianism will make China's leaders more eco-conciousOlivia Boydchinadialogue, November 8, 2012 Protests Over Large Projects (Infographic)New York Times, November 6, 2012 Safety Nets for Fishing NetsCui ZhengCaixin, November 6, 2012 Central Gov't Subsidizes Shale Gas CompaniesYang Qiubo and Wang XiaocongCaixin, November 6, 2012 (Chinese) Kunming Environmental Bureau: rewards up to 80,000 RMB for exposure of illegal waste disposalGuan XianYunnan Online, November 6, 2012 After Years of Talks, Sichuan Miner Still No Closer to Greenland DealPu JunCaixin, November 6, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese media reports that the public have a fair amount of knowledge about climate changeHuizi LiSina News, November 6, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese experts say China's low-efficient urbanization causes a waste of landSohu News, November 6, 2012 (Chinese) A state-owned hydropower station is shut down for its compromising the Tanggula GrasslandCentral Finance Online, November 5, 2012 Ecosystem worsens despite efforts in ChinaXinhua, November 5, 2012 (Chinese) The central government of China is going to susidize the exploitation of shale gas for 0.4 yuan every cubic meterSina News, November 5, 2012 (Chinese) Shanhai is giving away 20,000 licenses for green cars for freeChina's Business News, November 5, 2012 (Chinese) Shanghai is waiting for approval from Beijing of its subsidy policy proposal for green cars, which might provide over 100,000 yuanEastern Morning News, November 5, 2012 Water shortages in China potentially a perfect stormChris OliverWall Street Journal, November 2, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese families embrace energy-saving applications but not green carsLei YanVoice of China, November 2, 2012 (Chinese)Timely air quality report is just one click away: Bureau of Environment of Wuhan established several air quality monitors to inform citizens about air quality onlineYongquan Chen, Zuhai YanSina News, November 2, 2012 (Chinese)China holds the 2012 international forum on green cars Tianji LiXinhua News, Novermber 2, 2012
China Suspends Coal Mines for Congress, Boosting PricesBloomberg News, November 2, 2012 Chinese public more familiar with climate changeLi HuiziXinhua, November 1, 2012 China struggles for solution to growing NIMBY movementJohn Ruwitch and David StanwayReuters, November 1, 2012
 October 2012 China prioritizes use of natural gas by vehicles, shipsChen Aizhu and Judy HuaReuters, October 31, 2012 Environmental protests in China on dramatic rise, expert saysJohn KennedySouth China Morning Post, October 29, 2012 Mega-dams in China's earthquake zones could have "disastrous consequences" Liu Hongqiaochinadialogue, October 29, 2012 Pollution Protests force Chinese U-turnSimon RabinovitchFinancial Times, October 28, 2012 Chinese City Says It Opposes Chemical Project After ProtestsBloomberg News, October 28, 2012 Protests Over Chemical Plant Force Chinese Officials to Back DownAndrew JacobsNew York Times, October 28, 2012 New policies support ailing solar industryXinhua, October 28, 2012 Linfen: how China's Chernobyl turned the cornerTom PhillipsThe Telegraph, October 24, 2012 China to approve only a few new reactors by 2015David StanwayReuters, October 24, 2012 Partly State-Owned Firm Buys Stake in Troubled LDK SolarPu JunCaixin, October 24, 2012 Beijing to Launch 7 Bln Yuan Plan to Rescue Solar IndustryYang QiuboCaixin, October 24, 2012 China issues white paper on energy policyXinhua, October 24, 2012 Full Text: China's Energy Policy 2012(Chinese) Full Text: China's Energy Policy 2012China Daily, October 24, 2012 China emphasizes energy conservation: white paperXinhua, October 24, 2012 China strives to develop new, renewable energy: white paperXinhua, October 24, 2012 China seeks international energy cooperation: white paperXinhua, October 24, 2012 China encourages private investment in energy sector: white paperXinhua, October 24, 2012 China promotes clean development of fossil fuels: white paperXinhua, October 24, 2012 China Sells Just 235 Electric Cars in Second Quarter, Report SaysYang QiuboCaixin, October 23, 2012 Xinhua Insight: CPC faces economic-ecological harmony challengesXinhua, October 21, 2012 Chinese government mulls policies to support solar power industryFayen WongReuters, October 20, 2012 Good start to tackling pollutionEdwin LauSouth China Morning Post, October 20, 2012 Vital Task for China's Next Leaders: Fix Environmental ProtectionStanley LubmanChina Real Time Report, October 19, 2012 Overfishing pushes 80% of Chinese fishermen towards bankruptcyLiang Jialin and Jiang Hanchinadialogue, October 18, 2012 China approves marine functional zoning of coastal regionsXinhua, October 16, 2012 (Chinese) How can I save you from pollution: new challenges of China's textile industryYue JiaoChina's Stock Daily, Ocotober 15, 2012 (Chinese) Headaches for the worldly-desired luxuries in China: the responsibility for environment due to its highly polluting production Hong JiangChina's Business Time, October 15, 2012 Official air pollution data in Beijing still failing publicSteven Q Andrewschinadialogue, October 15, 2012 (Chinese) Tourism sites full of garbage: the unbearable pains of environment.Shujuan BiChina United Business News, October 15, 2012  (Chinese) China's Bureau of Energy: Speeding up the process of reshuffling and combining the coal mining industry.Mingjie LongChina's National Radio, October 15, 2012 (Chinese) China proposes three key areas for emissions reductions and energy saving in twelfth five-year planXinhua, October 12, 2012 Solar Silicon to Bottom as China Halts Factory ExpansionMarc RocaBloomberg, October 12, 2012 Seas of SewageCui ZhengCaixin, October 12, 2012 Poison-proofing ChinaHenry I MillerProject Syndicate, October 12, 2012 US revises Chinese solar cell tariffsAlan BeattieThe Financial Times, October 11, 2012 Chinese environmental activist goes on trial over booksTania BraniganThe Guardian, October 11, 2012 End of an ice ageYang JinghaoGlobal Times, October 10, 2012 The Urgency of Energy ReformsYang FuqiangCaixin, October 10, 2012 Betting on black: China risks $14 billion on coal-to-gas pilotChen Aizhu and Wan XuReuters, October 7, 2012 Air monitoring system comes under fireZheng XinChina Daily, October 7, 2012 Does China have enough water to keep building three power stations a week?Wai-Shin Chanchinadialogue, October 5, 2012 Beijing Finds That Dropping Coal Is Hard to DoClimate Wire and Kandy WongScientific American, October 3, 2012 What the solar trade dispute against China has accomplished: nadaUcilia WangCleantech News, October 4, 2012 Glut of Solar Panels Is a New Test for ChinaKeith BradsherNew York Times, October 4, 2012 China's geothermal resources equal to 860 trillion tonnes of coal equivalentXinhua, October 4, 2012 (Chinese) Four types of pollution emissions decline in Beijing and ShanghaiXinhua, October 3, 2012 China needs its own dreamThomas FriedmanThe New York Times, October 3, 2012 Chinese-owned Ralls sues Obama over blocked Oregon windfarm projectSuzanne GoldenburgThe Guardian, October 2, 2012 A Look At Environmentally Responsible Chinese CompaniesJeffrey FriedlandSeeking Alpha, October 2, 2012 Chinese Solar Giant Suntech Gets A BailoutPete DankoEarth Techling, October 1, 2012 US move raises Chinese investment fearsEd Crooks and David GellesFinancial Times, October 1, 2012 September 2012 Water Wars Feared Over MekongParameswaran PonnuduraiRadio Free Asia, September 30, 2012 (Chinese) Beijing launches 20 PM 2.5 monitoring stations, greatest number nationwideWang ShuoPeople's Daily, September 29, 2012 Obama blocks Chinese wind farm planEd CrooksFinancial Times, September 28, 2012 China bashing fails to translate in ToledoGeoff DyerFinancial Times, September 28, 2012 Sinopec in sewage dump controversy Bai TiantianGlobal Times, September 27, 2012 (Chinese) Guangdong EPA official says Sinopec threatening local government, ignoring environmental regulationsCCTV News, September 26, 2012 Airbus, Sinopec jointly developing bio-jet fuel in ChinaEric Min21st Century Media, September 25, 2012 (Chinese) Zhejiang province to begin publishing PM 2.5 data in DecemberXinhua, September 25, 2012 US water diversion plan draws comparisons with China's south-north projectJan McGirkchinadialogue, September 25, 2012 King Coal Sails to AsiaNailene Chou WiestCaixin, September 24, 2012 (Chinese) Environmental organization reports second-hand smoke as the primary source of Beijing's indoor PM 2.5 levelsChen Ximeng and Hu XuanziEconomic Information, September 24, 2012 (Chinese) Mongolian grass in the war of fighting against drought--the green ambassador for saving energy and protecting environmentSpecial reporterChina Trade News, September 24, 2012 (Chinese) Recent years witnessed a fishing depletion, Chinese fishing industry this year may suffer Jialing Liang, Han JiangSohu Business, September 24, 2012 (Chinese) The Ministry of Environment Protection reports show that the Municipality of Tianjin lacks institutional arrangements for environmental emergenciesDandong HanLegaldaily, September 24, 2012 Brazil, India, China, and South Africa Call for Adoption of New 'Kyoto Protocol' for EmissionsMaria Carolina Marcello and Marcelo TeixeiraReuters, September 21, 2012
China's Mongolians rap on coal and cashTom HancockAFP, September 21, 2012 EU, China sign green agreementsUPI, September 21, 2012
Xinjiang Poised to Become China's Largest Coal Producer: Will Move Global Coal, Natural Gas, and Crude Oil MarketsGabe Collins and Andrew EricksonChina Sign Post, September 20, 2012 Yellow River threatened by desertification in Tibet's wetlandsDeng Haichinadialogue, September 20, 2012 (Chinese) Ningxia agricultural waste pollution worsening, threatening sustainable development of agricultureXu XinxiaChina News Radio, September 20, 2012 (Chinese) China to establish "low carbon day" next yearBeijing News, September 20, 2012 Wasted Electricity 'Cost Wind Power Firms 5 Billion Yuan Last Year'Yang QiuboCaixin, September 20, 2012 Solar firms cut employeesXie YuChina Daily, September 20, 2012 China: running short of waterLeslie HookFinancial Times, September 19, 2012 Analysis: Inventory mountain adds to pain for Chinese solar firmsSwetha Gopinath and Thyagaraju AdinarayanReuters, September 19, 2012 (Chinese) Beijing is encouraging her citizens to use gas instead of coal-- 100,000 people said goodbye to their furnacesZhe MaChinese Environment News, September 19, 2012 (Chinese) Environmental NGOs investigate serious waste in moon cake packaging industryXi JianrongLegal Daily, September 19, 2012 (Chinese) China continues to lead the world in wind power development, plans to increase capabilities this year by 18 GWChina Low-Carbon Net, September 19, 2012 Foreign, Domestic Firms Show Interest in Newest Round of Shale Gas BiddingWang XiaocongCaixin, September 19, 2012 Race is on as ice melt reveals Arctic treasuresElisabeth RosenthalThe New York Times, September 18, 2012 (Chinese) Report shows that Jiansu is the biggest pollution releasing province, while Henan is the least habitable provinceXiandong, ZhangEconomy Suvey News, September 18, 2012 (Chinese) The collapsing of the bank of the Yellow River tolls the warning bell regarding environmentQingxue WangBusiness and Economy News, September 18, 2012 Countries need "water balance' concerted effort: expertMulyanda DjohanXinhua, September 18, 2012 Asia's Water Crisis Needs Urgent FixingBrahma ChellaneyStraits Times, September 18, 2012
(Chinese) China's biggest fresh water lake is shrinking at a speed of 1000 square kilometer per monthLiyun YinXinhua News, September 17, 2012 (Chinese) Scientists found that the ice on the Himalayas is disappearing on its eastern side while growing on the western sideJing GuoGlobal Times, September 17, 2012 (Chinese) How to crack the problem of refining a ton of manganese with 8 tons of residue? The industry of electrolytic manganese is crying for a green outletYafen SongChinese News, September 17, 2012 China-built projects in the US stir up environmental concerns Ross Perlinchinadialogue, September 17, 2012 As Coal's Golden Decade Fades, Question Arises: What's Next?Zhang BolingCaixin, September 14, 2012 Cold Shower for Chalco's Mongolia Mining PlanPu Jun and Wang DuanCaixin, September 14, 2012 (Chinese) Capacity-building seminar on advanced energy management to be held in BeijingSina Environment, September 14, 2012 (Chinese) Wuhan's land contamination dilemma: high cost of governance, difficulty in developing marketsNational Business Daily, September 14, 2012 (Chinese) Shijiazhuang to develop eco-cityChina Environment News, September 14, 2012 (Chinese) Favorable outlook for China's energy-saving, low carbon electric bike industryChina Low Carbon Net, September 14, 2012 (Chinese) Hubei implements various measures to protect land around water source of north-south water diversion projectHuang YanPeople's Daily, September 14, 2012 China rushes to build a new generation of mega-dams as thirst for power growsAdam DeanThe Telegraph, September 13, 2012 Though Not Yet Open, a Huge Mine is Transforming Mongolia's LandscapeKit GilletNew York Times, September 13, 2012 One-third of China's coal plants behind scheduleCui Xuanchinadialogue, September 13, 2012 In China, Luxury Cycles Help Bikes Shed Their Working-Class RootsDebra BrunoWall Street Journal, September 13, 2012 (Chinese) Thousands of holes formed in Inner Mongolia's Hulunbuir grasslandChen XiaoLegal Weekly, September 13, 2012 Academy Finds Mixed Climate Impacts on Himalayan Glaciers, Water SuppliesAndrew RevkinThe New York Times, Dot Earth Blog, September 12, 2012 China Takes Big Role in Texas Power-Plant ProjectRebecca Smith and Brian SpegeleWall Street Journal, September 12, 2012 (Chinese) Nanjing trash-to-energy program receives strong public reactionLiu Chunxiang21st Century Business Herald, September 12, 2012 China targets renewables to cut energy dependenceYan YanChemistry World, September 12, 2012 Should China bailout its solar PV industry?Gao Yangchinadialogue, September 12, 2012 China's Solyndra EconomyPatrick ChovanecThe Wall Street Journal, September 11, 2012 Asia Risks Water Scarcity Amid Coal-Fired Power EmbraceNatalie Obiko PearsonBloomber, September 11, 2012 New Round of Shale Gas Bidding Offers Low BarriersWang XiaocongCaixin, September 11, 2012 ConocoPhillips Looking to Enter Shale Gas in ChinaBen LefebvreThe Wall Street Journal, September 11, 2012 Solar energy trade wars - enough is enoughShi ZhengrongThe Financial Times, beyondbrics blog, September 11, 2012 (Chinese) Guangdong to launch three phases of trial carbon emissions trading programNanfang Daily, September 11, 2012 China's clean energy boom driven by "private firms", not stateXie Danchinadialogue, September 11, 2012 (Chinese) Four years after ban, ultra-thin plastic bags still in widespread useChina Economic News, September 11, 2012 China and sustainability: connecting the dots between economy and ecologyRichard BrubakerThe Guardian, September 10, 2012 (Chinese) Policy support needed for recycling of agricultural-use plastic sheet wasteWu Yuping and Ceng ChanggenChina Environment Net, September 10, 2012 Sichuan's Lost PasturesDeng HaiCaixin, September 10, 2012 (Chinese) Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection releases report examining emissions reductions in 2011Bao XiaoqianEconomic Daily, September 10, 2012 What are the ecological costs of China's future food imports? Tom Levittchinadialogue, September 10, 2012 Environmental groups voice concern over Chinese investment in Northern GatewayRob DrinkwaterGlobe and Mail, September 9, 2012 China pushes wind power, but no quick payoff for producersCharlie ZhuReuters, September 9, 2012 China to subsidize energy-saving desktops, air conditionersXinhua, September 9, 2012 The damaging truth about Chinese fertiliser and peticide useYang Mengchinadialogue, September 7, 2012 (Chinese) Yangtze River turns bright red near Chongqing, environmental protection office suggests possibly due to sandXinhua, September 7, 2012 (Chinese) UNEP: China needs to solve its water and chemical pollutionPing Yifan21st Century, September 7, 2012 Yangtze Finless Porpoise: China's national treasure disappearing fast Nicola DavisonThe Guardian, September 7, 2012 (Chinese) Western China's mining industry stumbles over gate of environmental protection once again, two subsidiary corporations ordered to reformLiu LinpengNBD, September 6, 2012 (Chinese) Intensive hydropower developments in southwest China raise wide range of questionsHu FeifeiTime Weekly, September 6, 2012 Chinese fear price hikes after electricity reformsCui Binchinadialogue, September 6, 2012 (Chinese) Ten years of soil erosion results in loss of 120,000 square km of Northwest China's Loess PlateauXinhua, September 5, 2012 (Chinese) Majority of Foreign Invasive Species in China from U.S.Tianjin News, September 5, 2012 (Chinese) Launch of Civil Waste Processing Green House to Reduce Waste by HalfChen YuanyuanChina Environment News, September 5, 2012 (Chinese) Beijing Area Shichaihe No Longer Suitable for Releasing AnimalsZhang PeilongChina Business Media, September 5, 2012 China speeding up U.S.-Solar dumping case as election nearsBloomberg News, Sept 5, 2012 (Chinese) Emergency Contingency Plan Established for Heavy Pollution Days in Beijing, Schools May Cancel Outside Physical Education CoursesBeijing News, September 5, 2012 (Chinese) Sha'anxi to Move Industrial Firms Outside of Cities in Effort to Provide Citizens with Cleaner AirSha'anxi Daily, September 5, 2012 Sinking Shanghai 'not prepared to admit' climate change threatOlivia Boydchinadialogue, September 5, 2012 Making a Killing on Herbal MedicineLiu HongqiaoCaixin, September 5, 2012 (Chinese) Xi'an to invest over 100 million RMB in developing 28 lakes, will exceed the area of over 5 West LakesDongfang Daily, September 4, 2012 A Chinese City Moves to Limit New CarsKeith BradsherNew York Times, September 4, 2012 Morgan Stanley Arm Bets Big on China EnergyNisha GopalanWall Street Journal, September 4, 2012 (Chinese) Draft Natural Heritage Law only Covers 10% of Protected Land, 60 Experts Call for RevisionsZhang KeChina Business News, September 4, 2012 Chinese Company Quits SouthGobi Resources Takeover Due to Approval TimeframeCaijing, September 4, 2012 Frictions over renewable energyLan XizhenBeijing Review, September 3, 2012 (Chinese) Two Environmental Protection Industry Indices will be Published on September 25Huang TingZhengquan Shibao, September 3, 2012 (Chinese) PRC National Development and Reform Commission: Carbon Trading Market to be Established During 13th 5-Year PlanCCTV Online, September 3, 2012 Sinkholes a Growing Problem in Urban Areas, say ExpertsCui Zheng, Takehiro Masutomo, and Liu ZhiyiCaixin, September 3, 2012 August 2012 China plans to enhance weather modificationXinhua, August 31, 2012 Environmental assessments go onlineZheng Xin and Wu WencongChina Daily, August 30, 2012 Seawater desalinization plant launchedChina Daily, August 29, 2012 (Chinese) Inner Mongolia's Hulunbuir grasslands crisis: Coal power project seriously damages water, natural resourcesLi Haite and Liu ChengkunSina News, August 28, 2012 (Chinese) Increasing complaints of radiation contamination from Xinjiang's large-scale electromagnetic facilitiesShi Weiyan and Ding WenjieXinhua, August 29, 2012 (Chinese) Air quality in 79 Chinese cities classified category 2 in first half of 2012Sun XiuyanPeople's Daily, August 29, 2012 Uncertainty Clouds Development of Shale Gas SectorWang XiaocongCaixin, August 29, 2012 Environmental Protests Become Easy Route to Make DemandsTan Yifei and He TaoCaijing, August 28, 2012 (Chinese) Dilemma of environmental incidents and environmental policy makingCaixin, August 28, 2012 Draft law stresses government role in environmental protectionZhao YinanChina Daily, August 28, 2012 China's water transfer projects 'essential,' says Chinese scientist Xu Nan and Zhang Chunchinadialogue, August 28, 2012 China's food safety crisis: How serious is the problem? Huang YanzhongCFR's Asia Unbound, August 27, 2012 (Chinese) Constraints of environmental protection urge officials to change their thinkingChina Youth Daily, August, 27, 2012 (Chinese) New group of national nature reserves announcedCaixin, August 27, 2012 (Chinese) Consumption Key to Sustainable Development of Wind EnergyEconomic Daily, August 27, 2012 China's South-North Water Transfer is 'Irrational'Tom Levittchinadialogue, August 27, 2012 China's Great Ocean Resource HuntSimon KentThe Toronto Sun, August 25, 2012 (Chinese) Thirty-three of China's key environmental cities failed to meet air quality standards in the first half of 2012Caixin, August 24, 2012 China to spend $372 billion on cutting energy use, pollutionReuters, August 22, 2012 Environmental Activism Gains Foothold in ChinaBy Harold ThibaultThe Gaurdian, August 21, 2012 (Chinese) Beijing led China in saving energy in 2011, reduced consumption 6.94%Beijing Daily, August 20, 2012 China Declares US Energy Projects Violate Free Trade, Stepping up SpatBy The Associated PressThe Washington Post, August 20, 2012 Unlivable CitiesBy Isaac Stone FishForeign Policy, August 13, 2012 Cleaning Up Coal: From Climate Culprit to SolutionBy Richard K. MorseForeign Affairs, July/August 2012 Two Prisms for Looking at China's ProblemsBy Tyler CowenNew York Times, August 11, 2012 Official Shrugs off Public Food "Panic"By Xu Nan and Zhou Weichinadialogue, August 10, 2012 Another Chinese Export to the U.S.: Air PollutionBy Steven HaywardBBC, August 8, 2012 (Chinese) How can environmental NGOs and the government get alongYao YanzhongCIEN, August 6, 2012 (Chinese) Pollution threatens Inner Mongolia's Wuliangsu Lake, could disappear in 20 years Economic Information, August 6, 2012 Food in China: a Chemical AgeBy Gong Jing, Cui Zheng and Wang Qingfengchinadialogue, August 6, 2012 World Wide Air Pollution in the FutureBy Andy SoosEnvironmental News Network, August 2, 2012 July 2012 DOC Imposes Anti-dumpting Tariff on Chinese Wind Turbines (Chinese)By Diane CardwellNew York Times, July 31st, 2012 Beijing Floods: Not Enough PreventionBy Xu NanChinadialogue, July 25, 2012
PetroChina Acquires 40 Percent Stake from GDF Qatar in Oil and Gas Drilling Blocks off QatarBy Associated PressWashington Post, July 25, 2012 The World is Closer to a Food Crisis than Most People RealiseBy Lester R. BrownThe Guardian, July 24, 2012 Carcinogen Found in Chinese Baby FormulaBy Mark McDonaldNew York Times, July 23, 2012 Beijing Chaos After Record Floods in Chinese CapitalBBC, July 23, 2012 Guangzhou's Rubbish Charge StruggleBy Wang Haotongchinadialogue, July 23, 2012 We're All Climate-Change IdiotsBy Beth GardinerNew York Times, July 21, 2012 Average Chinese Person's Carbon Footprint Now Equals European'sBy Duncan ClarkThe Guardian, July 18, 2012 American Companies Show Interest in Collaborating with China National Offshore Corp in South China Sea (Chinese)Pheonix, July 17th, 2012 China's Overseas Food FootprintBy Isabel Hiltonchinadialogue, July 17, 2012 The World as a FishbowlBy Li CongjunNew York Times, July 17, 2012 Don't Ditch Sustainability YetBy John Elkingtonchinadialogue, July 16, 2012 What Is a Carbon Price and Why Do We Need One?By Grantham Research Institite and Duncan ClarkThe Guardian, July 16, 2012 Nation to Diversify Ore ImportsBy Du JuanChinadaily, July 14, 2012 U.S. A Leader in Energy Efficiency? Nope. Not Even CloseBy Doug PeeplesSmart Grid News, July 13, 2012 It’ll take more than a bridge to get here: But once they’re in Muscatine, a group of Chinese students will help bring two cultures closer
By Mike FergusonMuscatine Journal, July 11, 2012 Guangzhou Adopts 'Real Name' Policy on Garbage SortingBeijing Review, July 11, 2012 Climate Risks Heat Up as World Switches On to Air ConditioningBy Stan CoxThe Guardian, July 10, 2012 China Brings Dams Back to AfricaBy Olivia Boydchinadialogue, July 10, 2012 To Reduce Poverty and Pollution, China Needs More Billionaires Like ThisBy Robert OlsenForbes, July 9, 2012 Eight Miners Rescued from Coal Mine AccidentBy Wang Xiaodong and Feng ZhiweiChina Daily, July 9, 2012 Beijing Seeks to Kill Coal with Gas By An Geng and Xu Nanchinadialogue, July 9, 2012 Has 'Organic' Been Oversized?By Stephanie StromNew York Times, July 7, 2012 A Stunning Visualization of China's Air PollutionBy Michael ZhaoThe Atlantic, July 5, 2012 Dirty Truth About China's IncineratorsBy Elizabeth Balkanchinadialogue, July 4, 2012 China Says No More Shark Fin Soup At State BanquetsBy Bettina WassenerNew York Times, July 3, 2012 Anti-Pollution Protesters Halt Construction Of Copper Plant In ChinaBy Tania BraniganThe Guardian, July 3, 2012 Hong Kong Faces The FutureBy Pauline D. LohChina Daily, July 2, 2012 Copper Project Suspended In China After Protest By Villagers Alarmed Over Pollution RiskAssociated Press, July 2, 2012 Scientists Eager To Save "The Lights"By Tan ZongyangChina Daily, July 1, 2012 June 2012 NYTimes Starts Chinese Site; Microblogs Go OfflineBy Gillian WongAssociated Press, June 28, 2012 Arctic Sea-Ice Levels At Record Low For JuneBy John VidalThe Guardian, June 27, 2012 China's Bloggers Are Taking Risks And Pushing For Change, One Click At A TimeBy Keith B. RichburgWashington Post, June 26, 2012 In Mongolia, A New, Penned-In WealthBy Dan LevinNew York Times, June 26, 2012 Sea Environment Worsening: DataBy Wang QianChina Daily, June 26, 2012 My Ghanaian Grandfather Would Would Agree That Rio+20 May Yet Be A Turning PointBy Paul BoatengThe Guardian, June 25, 2012 Rio+20, An Environmental Summit Whose Outcome Made All UnhappyAssociated PressWashington Post, June 23, 2012 China Morning Round-Up: Warning On Rare Earth ReservesBBC, June 21, 2012 20 Years Of China's Public VoiceBy Chang Chengchinadialogue, June 20, 2012 China Defends Rare Earth Curbs As Environmental Measure, Rejects WTO Complaint By US, EuropeAssociated PressWashington Post, June 19, 2012 Report Tracks China's GrowthBy Chen WeihuaChina Daily, June 19, 2012 Eradicating Ecocide At RioBy Sarah Cunningham and Louise Kulbickichinadialogue, June 19, 2012 Ban Ki-moon: The Momentum for Change At Rio+20 Is IrreversibleBy Ban Ki-moonThe Guardian, June 18, 2012 Green Accounting Movement To Recognize Costs Of Using Natural Resources Gains Global TractionAssociated Press, June 17, 2012 Renewable Energy: China's Offshore Wind Program Is Beached By Interagency DisputesBy Coco Liu, E&E Asian correspondentClimateWire, June 15, 2012 GM Crops Good for Environment, Study Finds By Damian CarringtonThe Guardian, June 13, 2012 The Clean-Up Begins on China's Dirty Secret--Soil PollutionBy Jonathan WattsThe Guardian, June 12, 2012 Poll: Most Chinese Adults Prioritize Environment Over EconomyBy Olga KhazanWashington Post, June 12, 2012 What Can Premier Wen Do For the Climate at Rio+20?By Michael Davidson and Dr. Yang FuqiangNatural Resources Defense Council Staff Blog, June 7, 2012 Airline Group Says Government Support Needed to Make Biofuels Cheaper, Widely UsedAssociated PressWashington Post, June 7, 2012 Garbage: It's Where the Jobs AreBy Brad PlumerWashington Post, June 6, 2012 China Morning Round-Up: Diplomatic Row on Air QualityBBC, June 6, 2012 Conditions Not Ripe for Land PrivatizationBy Wen XiantangPeople's Daily, June 5, 2012 China Asks Embassies to Stop Measuring Air PollutionBy Keith BradsherNew York Times, June 5, 2012 Chinese Censors Act to Silence Tiananmen Anniversary TalkReuters, June 4, 2012 In China, Every Square Meter CountsBy Keith SchneiderCircle of Blue, June 1, 2012 China Vows to Play Positive Role at UN Environment Summit but Stresses Economic NeedsAssociated Press,June 1, 2012 May 2012 Green DragonBy Mike IvesEarth Island Journal, May 31, 2012 Iran Cancels $2 billion Dam Deal with China: Report Reporting by: Sui-Lee Wee, Jim Bai, Huang Yan, Wan Xu and Beijing Newsroom; Editing by Mark Bendeich and Nick MacfieReuters, May 31, 2012 Gas Rebranded as Green Energy by EUBy Fiona HarveyThe Guardian, May 29, 2012 Burmese Anger over Chinese PipelineBy Lucy HookerBBC, May 29, 2012 Catalogue of a CrisisBy Wu Jiawen and Han Xiaorongchinadialogue, May 28, 2012 Climate Talks Stall with Nations Wasting TimeBy Richard BlackBBC, May 25, 2012 Coal Sector Focus of UpgradeBy Du JuanChina Daily, May 24, 2012 China continues opposition to EU emissions planBy Xin DingdingChina Daily, May 24, 2012  Suspect Oil Found in YunnanBy He DanChina Daily, May 24, 2012 Xie Yan and the Fight Against Bad Conservation LawsBy Hudson LockettDan Wei, May 17, 2012 U.S. Slaps Tariffs on Chinese Solar PanelsBy Keith Bradsher and Diane CardwellThe New York Times, May 17, 2012 April 2012 China Looks for Shale GasBy Jim LandersThe Dallas Morning News, April 14, 2012 March 2012 Shell Inks China's First Shale Gas DealBy Yadullah HussainFinancial Post, March 22, 2012 China May Miss New Target to Cut Coal Output GrowthBy Jim Bai and Fayen WongReuters, March 22, 2012 U.S Plans Tariffs on Solar Pannels from ChinaBy Don Lee and Andrea ChangLos Angeles Times, March 21, 2012 China Plans Faster Land Approval, Tax-Free Imports for ShaleBloomberg News, March 16, 2012 China Irrigation System Responsible for Rising Emissions By Jonathan WattsThe Guardian, March 14, 2012 Obama Announces WTO Case Against China over Rare EarthsCNN, March 13, 2012 Trade Tensions With China Are Flare AnewBy Keith BradsherNew York Times, March 12, 2012 February 2012 China Aims to Reform Resource, Energy Pricing SystemThe China Post, February 29, 2012 (Chinese)China Announces its New Air Quality StandardsXinhua News, February 29, 2012 Food, Water, Energy Pressure on Mekong Economies to Rise This Decade By Seetalavajit SabayjaiThe Nation, February 21, 2012 New Investor Brief Exposes China National Petroleum Corporation's Lack of Mechanism for Addressing Environmental and Social Risks Friends of the Earth, February 17, 2012 Protests of Environmental Problems Get Louder Despite Government ObstaclesFree Speech Radio News, February 17, 2012 China's Clean Coal GameBy James WellsteadResource Investing News, February 13, 2012 Views from China's Vice PresidentThe Washington Post, February 13, 2012 China Closer to Joining Shale Gas Fracking GrazeForbes, February 13, 2012 China Set to Virgorously Develop Green Economy By Liu YuanyuanRenewable Energy, February 1, 2012 January 2012 China Rare Earths Safe from WTO Ruling on Export CurbsReuters, January 31, 2012 Asia UnBound: China's Game-Changing Water PoliciesBy Elizabeth C. EconomyCouncil on Foreign Relations, January 30, 2012 Trans-Provinicial Compensation Mechanism: A New Path for China's Water Environment ProtectionBy Yamei WangXinhua News, January 30, 2012 China Detains Seven Chemical Plant Workers As Toxic Spill Heads DownstreamBy Joshua FellmanBloomberg, January 31, 2012 Solar CEOs See Boom in China Will Ease Glut in 2012By Alex Morales and Jacqueline SimmonsBloomberg Business Week, January 27, 2012 Popular Criticism Cracks China’s Wall of Denial About Pollution
By Sharon LaFraniereThe New York Times, January 27, 2012 Costly Overseas Energy Investment Can't Match Chinese DemandBy Margaret RyanVoice of America, January 18, 2012 China Mulls New Energy "Super Ministry"By David Stanway and Benjamin Kang LimReuters, January 6, 2012 China Seeks Ways to Meeting Rising Rural Energy Demands While Trying to Cut EmissionsBy Coco LiuE&E Publishing, January 5, 2012 China to Release Stricter Beijing Pollution MeasuresReuters, January 5, 2012 China Designates Shale Gas for Development by Small CompaniesBy Benjamin HaasBloomberg, January 4, 2012  2011: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug |Sep| Oct | Nov| Dec December 2011 China Cuts Rare-Earths Quota for 2012By Chuin-Wei YapThe Wall Street Journal, December 27, 2011 China to Tighten Air Pollution Monitoring RulesReuters, December 22, 2011 New Protest over Coal-fired Power Plant in Southern ChinaThe Guardian, December 22, 2011 China Seeks $536 Billion of Investment to Protect EnviornmentBloomberg News, December 21, 2011 China Shenhua to Make Alumina From Coal AshBy XinhuaReuters, December 18, 2011 China Natural Gas Demand to Surge as Cleaner Fuel PrizedBy Ryan WooBloomberg, December 13, 2011 China Lose Patience with PollutionBy Malcolm MooreThe Telegraph, December 6, 2011 China Signals Shift on EmissionsBy Patrick McGroartyThe Wall Street Journal, December 5, 2011 November 2011  China, Japan Ink Environment and Energy, November 28, 2011 China Focus: Five-year Plan to Cut PollutionBy Lesley HookFinancial Times, November 25, 2011 China to Establish Climate Change Think TankBy Du JuanChina Daily, November 22, 2011 China Climate Role Could Be to Corner U.S.By Barbara Lewis and Nina ChestneyReuters, November 15, 2011 China Must Act to Save Energy and Cut EmissionsXinhua News, November 10, 2011 China to Phase Out Energy-Inefficient Light BulbsThe Telegraph, November 4, 2011 China Makes its First Biofuel-Powered FlightBy Todd WoodyForbes, November 1, 2011 October 2011  Companies told: Want gold? Go greenBy Song JingliChina Daily, October 31, 2011 China Environment: Taxing Times AheadThe Economist, October 27, 2011 China is Studying Introduction of Environment Protection TaxBloomberg News, October 20, 2011 China Plans 2nd Shale Gas Tender in Q4By Chen AizhuReuters, October 17, 2011 Awash in Oil, Canada Looks Toward ChinaBy Ian AustenThe New York Times, October 12, 2011 China to Lead in New Nuclear Reactors?, October 11, 2011 China Resource Tax Goes NationalBy Judy Hua and Chen AizhuReuters, October 11, 2011 Infographic: China’s Water Pollution Events and Protection Policies (2004-2011) Circle of Blue, October 7, 2011 China Rethinks Air Pollution, October 4, 2011 New Firms in Power Industry Restructuring By Du JuanChina Daily, October 3, 2011 Building China's 21st-century Megacity: Shanghai's Experiment with Water and NatureBy Keith SchneiderCircle of Blue, October 2, 2011 (Chinese)China's Ministry of Water Resources Laid Out a 1.8 trillion-yuan Investment Plan on Water ResourcesXinhua News, October 13, 2011 September 2011  China's City of the Future Rises on a WastelandBy Coco LiuThe New York Times, September 28,2011 GE Offers Prizes in Contest for Gas Innovations in ChinaBy Aaron BackThe Wall Street Journal, September 28, 2011 China Orders Tighter Control on Rare EarthsBy Elaine Kurtenbach, September 26, 2011 China Co-signs $3 Billion Tanzania Coal, Iron DealBy Fumbuka Ng'wanakilalaReuters, September 22, 2011 GM Deal Moves Electric Car Development to ChinaUSA Today, September 20, 2011 Coal Shortages Loom for Power Generation PlantsBusiness China, September 20, 2011 Villagers Protest at Zhejiang Solar Panel PlantBBC News, September 18, 2011 China Leads World in Green Energy InvestmentByJames MelikBBC News, September 16, 2011 Power Shortages Likely this Winter in ChinaBy Du JuanShanghai Daily, September 15, 2011 Cancer Villages-One Offshot of China's Economic GrowthBy Calum MacLeodUSA Today, September 13, 2011 A Move towards Greener Transit on China's RoadCRIENGLISH.COM, September 9, 2011 China Benefits as U.S. Solar Industry WithersBy Keith BradsherThe New York Times, September 1, 2011 (Chinese) 8 Companies Involved in Environmental Lawsuit in Anhui Has Been Suspended from OperationXinhua News, September 26, 2011 (Chinese) 143 Cities Join the No Vehicle Day Initiative Xinhua News, September 26, 2011 (Chinese) The Path to New Energy Development in Hainan ProvinceXinhua News, September 6, 2011 August 2011 Apple Attacked Over Pollution in ChinaBy Leslie Hook and Kathrin HilleFinancial Times, August 31, 2011 Top Chinese Political Advisor Stresses Environmental ProtectionXinhua News, August 30, 2011 Biogas Fuels Rural China's New Energy DriveXinhua News, August 30, 2011 Wind Power Industry Hits Turning PointBy Qiang XiaojiChina Daily, August 30, 2011 Low Carbon Strategies and Economic Growth By the Oil, August 29,2011 Drought Leaves Millions Facing Shortage of WaterBy Qiu BoChina Daily, August 29, 2011 Fire at Dalian Oil Refinery Raised Tension in ChinaBy Peter FosterThe Telegraph, August 29, 2011 Out with the Old, in with the NewBy Shi JingChina Daily, August 22 2011 A Warning for China's Nuclear SectorBy Kevin Jianjun TuClimate Spectator, August 22, 2011 Beijing Trashes its "Garbage" Green CarsBy Gorden G. ChangForbes, August 22, 2011 China Storms into Wind and Solar PowerBy Liam DenningThe World Street Journal, August 22,2011 China's Shenzhen shuts pollutors for sports eventsBy Qu YunxuMarket Watch, August 16, 2011 Nuclear Contamination threatens seawatersBy Wang QianChina Daily, August 16, 2011 China to Invest 1Tln in Sewage TreatmentBy Tony ZhuBusiness China, August 16, 2011 China bows to Plant Protesters By James T. AreddyThe Wall Street Journal, August 15, 2011 Electricity council estimates China power shortage up to 70mln kw in 2013Xinhua, August 12, 2011 New Nuclear Plants May Get Green Light Soon By Liu YiyuChina-Wire, August 12, 2011 China's Growing Water CrisisBy Elizabeth EconomyCNN, August 10, 2011 Methanol on a Front BurnerBy Yu DaweiCaixin, August 4, 2011 (Chinese) 90% of Urban Water Resources are Heavily Polluted Xinhua News, August 31, 2011 (Chinese) China Issues its Ten-year Plan for New Energy CarsXinhua News, August 29,2011 (Chinese) Large Coal Mining Site is under Construction near Tianshan National Park Xinhua News, August 29,2011 July 2011 China's Three Gorges project: A huge dam with big troubles.
by Peter Ford
Christian Science Monitor, July 27, 2011 China to pilot carbon emissions trading
by Qiu Bo and Yang Jun
China Daily, July 18, 2011 China aims for "ecological civilization"
Xinhua, July 17, 2011 Subnational Governors Forum highlights green effort
by Li Xing and Tang Yingzi
China Daily, July 15, 2011 Greenpeace report links western firms to Chinese river polluters
by Jonathan Watts
The Guardian, July 13, 2011 China halts drilling at leaking oil platforms
by Jonathan Watts
The Guardian, July 13, 2011 China's Incentive to Heed the WTO
by James Bacchus
Wall Street Journal, July 8, 2011 The Green Leap Forward
by Christina Larson
Foreign Policy, July 6, 2011 China to improve rare earth regulations under WTO rules
The Economic Times July 5, 2011

Why We Care About Price of Water in China
Bloomberg July 5, 2011

China: The environmental and cultural harm to Inner Mongolia's grasslands
by China Daily c/o Xinhua July 5, 2011

Global warming lull down to China's coal growth
by Richard Black
BBC, July 5, 2011

China's power stations generate ‘future spike' in global warming
by Steve Connor
The Independent UK, July 5, 2011

Government Acquiescent Illegal Lands Increase
by Jonathan Watts
Guardian UK Environment Blog, July 1, 2011 (Chinese) Further Inquiry on Oil Leak in Bohai Area
Xinhua News, July 7, 2011June 2011Three market-oriented ways to energy saving
China Daily , June 30 2011

How to fight natural disasters
China Daily , June 30 2011

Ingredients for Disaster in China
The Bellingham Herald , June 28 2011

Provincial Tug-of-War Waters Down China's Yellow River Success Story
The Guardian , June 28 2011

China eyes Canada Oil, US's Energy Nest Egg
The Star on line , June 28 2011

China and the EU strive for the Lead in Wind Energy
EurActiv , June 27 2011

Chinese Company Launches Solar-Powered Air Conditioner
Tech Guide, June 27 2011

Chinese city rushes to catch power boom
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, June 27 2011

China eyes Canada oil, US's energy nest egg
By Rob Gillies
Forbes, June 26, 2011

China Energy, Seamwell to Build $1.5 Billion ‘Clean Coal' Plant
By Sally Bakewell
Bloomberg, June 26, 2011

Energy Fact of the Week: China's Energy Skyrockets
The American, June 22, 2011

China Launches Energy Conservation Guide for Citizens
Worldwatch Institute, June 22, 2011

China Takes Steps to Restore Polluted River Basins
Worldwatch Institute, June 22, 2011

China Urges Electricity Suppliers to Buy "Green" Power
Worldwatch Institute, June 22, 2011

China Needs New Environmental Policies,SEPA Says
Worldwatch Institute, June 22, 2011

Rare Earths Output Ratio to Decrease
By Zhang Qi
Chinadaily US Edition, June 22, 2011

DuPont Becomes World's First Thin Film Solar Module Manufacturer To Earn LEED Gold Rating
Photonics Online, June 21, 2011

China's Critical Disconnect
The Wall Street Journal, June 21, 2011

China's Rare Earth Mining Catastrophe
Asia Sentinel, June 21, 2011

Alcoa's Kunshan, China, Plant Recognized for Environment, Health & Safety Achievements
MarketWatch, June 20, 2011

Shanghai to ration electricity due to power shortage
By Chris Hogg
BBC News, Shanghai, June 20, 2011

China 3 Gorges Corp. defends huge dam from critics
AP Business Writer, June 19, 2011

Despite environmental record, China embraces electric autos
Minneapolis Star Tribune: MarketWatch, June 17, 2011

California Dairy Creates Environmental Problems in China
By Joseph Mayton
Bikyamasr, June 16, 2011

European Firms See Less Fairness in China's Legal Environment
By Steve Toloken
European Plastics News , June 16, 2011

Fragile Environment on Plateau Gets Protection
By Li Jing
China Daily , June 16, 2011

China Says It Has Inspected Its Nuclear Plants
By Ian Johnson
The New York Times , June 16, 2011

An Overview of China's Renewable Energy Market
China Briefing , June 16, 2011

China's Focus on Forestry Development Welcomed by AAA
The Open Press , June 16, 2011

China Gives Ecological Protection Top Priority
Guardian Media , June 16, 2011

China Vows to Improve Ecology in Restive Mongolian Areas
Deutsche Press-Agentur , June 15, 2011

Report: China Hushing Up Lead Poisoning Epidemic
By Elaine Kurtenbach
Associated Press , June 15, 2011

China Takes a New Interest in Energy Efficiency
Ny, June 15, 2011

Asia's first third-party wind energy technology center opens in north China
Xinhua English News, June 15, 2011

Rare earths mining: China's 21st Century gold rush
BBC Online, June 15, 2011

A Green Solution, or the Dark Side to Cleaner Coal?
Xinhua English News, June 14, 2011

China to build hi-tech eco-district in Shaanxi
Xinhua English News, June 14, 2011

China in power dilemma
By Peter Bosshard
Asia Times Online, June 10, 2011

Natural Gas Entering 'Golden Age'
by Guy Chazan
The Wall Street Journal, June 7, 2011

China, Cuba Agree on Refinery Project, New Loans
Cuba, June 7, 2011

Industrial Waste Contaminates City's Tap Water
Xinhua News , June 7, 2011

China May Sign Deal to Import Russian Gas Before Hu's Visit
by Michael Forsythe and Wang Ying
SF Gate, June 7, 2011

One Year to the Earth Summit: How China Can Advance Sustainable Development Globally
by Barbara Finamore NRDC Blog , June 7, 2011

China's Seven River Systems Are All Polluted
by Mu Qing
The Epoch Times , June 6, 2011

Rare Earths in China to Rally Even Amid Slowdown, Guotai Says
by The Chronicle with Bloomberg
SF Gate, June 6, 2011

A Report Card for China's Environment
by Jonathan Watts, June 3, 2011

Amid Severe Drought, Chinese Government Admits Mistakes with Three Gorges Dam
by William Wan
The Washington Post , June 4, 2011Amid Severe Drought, Chinese Government Admits Mistakes with Three Gorges Dam
by William Wan
The Washington Post , June 4, 2011
(Chinese) Nanjing Close Up 23 Chemistry Factories - 112 factories need to adjust their operations due to environmental reasons
Xinhua News, June 30, 2011

(Chinese) Hangzhou Launches its Emission Standards for Vehicles in July
Xinhua News, June 29, 2011

Where the River Ends
by Christina Larson
Foreign Policy, June 2, 2011

(Chinese) Jiangxi Response to "Boyanghu dam": no Influence to Wetlands
by Beijingnews, June 27, 2011

(Chinese) Beijing Will Build 180 Rsource Recycle Stations in Suburb in 2011
by, June 27, 2011

(Chinese) Beijing Has Been Surrounded by "Garbage 7th Ring", Grey Chain Has Fromed
by, June 27, 2011

(Chinese) Xihu Lake Commit "liububian" as World Heritage, Live 2000 Years Longer
by, June 27, 2011

(Chinese) Can Develop Distributed Energy Relieve Electricity Shortage? Sichuan Will Launch Pilot
by, June 21, 2011

(Chinese) Water Table of Mainstream of Yangtze River Grow Fast, 175 Dead from Rainstorm in South
by, June 21, 2011

(Chinese) The Promulgation of New Standard for Electric Bicycle Is Obstructed by Difference Opinions
by Li Fengtao, June 21, 2011

(Chinese) China Three Gorges Corporation Will Build 4 Mega-Hydropower Stations on Jinsha River, the Capacity Equals to Two Three Gorges Dams
by Wu Peng, June 20, 2011

(Chinese) Pollution of Jinghang Canal Cause 4 Kilometers Dead Fish Zone
by Beijing news, June 20, 2011

(Chinese) Golf Course: Grow under the Ban
by people daily, June 20, 2011

(Chinese) MEP Launch Inspection of Post-Environment Protection for Listed Companies with Heavy Metal Emission
by, June 17, 2011

(Chinese) Six Percent of Additive Cannot be Detected
by, June 17, 2011

(Chinese) First Flood Protection Disptach Order Allow Yangtze River Increase Down Flow Rate
by, June 17, 2011

(Chinese) Environmental NGO Apply Informaiton Disclosure, Questioning Environment Evaluation of Sujiatuo Waste Incineration Plant
by, June 16, 2011

(Chinese) Global Carbon Emission Escalate, Touch Climate Change Buttom Line
by Yu Huan, June 16, 2011

(Chinese) Compensation Can't Accelerate Development of New Energy Car
by, June 16, 2011

(Chinese) Shanxi Face Serious Flood, China Lauch Level 4 Emergency Response
by, June 16, 2011

(Chinese) China Has Built 2832 Wastewater Treatment Plant, City Wastewater Treatment Rate 77.4%
by, June 14, 2011

(Chinese) When Will Tai Lake Have Ecological Turning Point?
by Guo Wei, June 14, 2011

(Chinese) Who Treat Pollution After Close up?
by Zhang Jun, June 10, 2011

(Chinese) Double Solar Power by 2015
by yicai, June 9, 2011

(Chinese) Half of Rivers Are Polluted Due to Undertreatment of Suburb Wastewater
by, June 7, 2011

(Chinese) Heavy Showers Come to Yangtze River May Turn Drought into Flood
by, June 7, 2011

(Chinese) Beijing will Add Cavern Water into Water Resource Strategy
by, June 6, 2011

(Chinese) Investigation of Harbin Pharmaceutical Group Pollution
by yangshi, June 5, 2011

(Chinese) The Condition of 7 Water Systems Was Light Pollution in 2010, Challenges Remain
by, June 3, 2011

(Chinese) Beijing Release Annual Environment Report
by, June 3, 2011

(Chinese) MEP Will Implement "One Lake One Plan" Pollution Treatment Strategy
by, June 3, 2011

(Chinese) China Invest 8 Billion Yuan in Treating Songhua River Pollution after CNPC Explosion
by Zhang Ke, June 3, 2011

(Chinese) Drought Will be More Serious Without Three Gorges Dam
by Jinghua, June 2, 2011

(Chinese) Government Acquiescent Illegal Lands Increase
by, June 2, 2011 May 2011CEF's October 6th Meeting with Jim Rogers featured in EnergyNow-Report
By Tyler Suiters
energyNOW! , May 2, 2011

Sand, Dust May Turn Shanghai to Most Polluted City in China
People's Daily , May 3, 2011

China Calls for Coordinated Economic, Social Development in line with Environment
Xinhua News , May 3, 2011

INTERVIEW-Europe Looks East for Partners in Carbon Markets
By Pete Harrisson
Reuters , May 3, 2011

Nuclear Fallout Casts New Light On China; Investment Leader Shines (NLR, URA, FAN, TAN, JASO, STP, FSLR, YGE)
By George Wolff
ETF Daily News , May 2, 2011

No abnormalities Found in Radiation Levels in China
Xinhua News , May 2, 2011(Chinese) The Cooperations Between EU and China Focus on Environmental Policy
by Cao Jun, May 10, 2011

(Chinese) Most of 3500 Environment NGOs Are "Illigal" Due to the High Threshold of Registration
by legal daily, May 10, 2011

(Chinese) Natural Reserve Area in China Has Exceed 15% of Total Territory
by, May 9, 2011

(Chinese) Electric Motor Car May Be "High Carbon"
by, May 9, 2011

(Chinese) 86 Thousand Immigrants will Move out in 3 Months in Heman
by, May 6, 2011

(Chinese) Beijing Water Supply Gets to Its Limit
by, May 6, 2011

(Chinese) Population Import of Beijing
by, May 6, 2011

(Chinese) 24 NGOs are Trying to Stop Chenming Group of China from Illegal Pollution
by Lu Yuanqiang, May 5, 2011

(Chinese) China's Zijin Fined 30 Million Yuan for Fujian Toxic Spill
by Hai Yu, May 5, 2011

(Chinese) Metallurgical Plant in Guannan, Jiangsu Refused Press Investigation
by, May 5, 2011

(Chinese) Hunan Coal Company Combination: Company Number Will Decrease to 180 in 2013 from 10,000 in 2002
by, May 5, 2011

(Chinese) Three New Projects of South-North-Water-Diversion in 2011
by YNET, May 3, 2011

(Chinese) A "Star" Company "Expel Toxin", Villagers Forced to Buy Water
by Hai Yu
news., May 3, 2011

(Chinese) May 2rd: Shanghai Became Most Polluted City
by Chai Yongqiang
news., May 3, 2011 April 2011China Shortlists Six Firms for Shale Gas Block Auction-Xinhua
Reuters Africa , April 29, 2011

Korea to Enhance Environmental Cooperation with Japan, China
By Tae-jong Kim
The Korea Times , April 29, 2011

IAEA Chief Calls for Strengthening of Nuclear Safety
Xinhua News , April 28, 2011

Shipping Coal to China: A big Export Terminal North of Bellingham?
By Joel Connelly
Seattle Pi , April 27, 2011

Gamesa Signs Turbine Deal with 3 Chinese Companies
Renewable Energy Focus , April 27, 2011

Shenzhen's Achievements in Solar Industry
By Vickie
Renewable Energy , April 27, 2011

China Plans to Have 100 New Energy Demonstration Cities by 2015
By Tony Zhu
Business China , April 27, 2011

Closer Cooperation on Environmental Protection among China, Japan, ROK needed: Officials
Xinhua News , April 27, 2011

China Industrial Waste Management Announces Trial Operations at Zhuorui Subsidiary
PR Newswire, April 26, 2011

China to Encourage High-Tech Reactors, Uranium Exploration
By David Stanway
Reuters , April 26, 2011

Metso Participating in Sustainable Urban Planning Project in China with Aalto University
By James T. Areddy
Reuters, April 20, 2011

China Rebuilds Its Power Grid as Part of Its Clean Technologies Push
By Coco Liu
New York Times , April 20, 2011

IEA Calls for China Energy-Subsidy Reduction
By James T. Areddy
Wall Street Journal , April 20, 2011

Chinese Vice Premier Stresses Nuclear Safety at Kiev Summit
Xinhua News , April 20, 2011

Cornell Study on Shale Gas Flawed? , April 20, 2011

Circle of Blue's China Tour Finds Strong Reception for Water-Energy Choke Point Warning
By Keith Schneider , April 19, 2011

Clean Energy Offers Equal Parts Peaks and Pitfalls for Invest
By Tony Glover
The National , April 8, 2011

Chinese Official Suggests 'Green' Burials, April 8, 2011

China Vows Information Transparency During Environmental Emergencies
Xinhua News, April 7, 2011(Chinese) Provincial Data of the Sixth Population Census
by NBSC, April 29, 2011

(Chinese) Sand Storm is Coming to Neimenggu
by Tina, April 29, 2011

(Chinese) Eighty Percent Citizens Don't Believe Smoking Ban
by Zheng Youqian, Wu Yanyan, April 29, 2011

(Chinese) Many Provinces Face Shortage of Electricity
by Hai Yu, April 28, 2011

(Chinese) The Sixth Population Census: A Populatin of 1.339 Billion
by Hai Yu, April 28, 2011

(Chinese) Four Problems on the Way of Denitration Industry
by Liu Xiaoxing, April 27, 2011

(Chinese) Charge City Garbage Disposal, Realize Safety Disposal in 2030
by Hai Yu, April 26, 2011

(Chinese) Blue Book: China May Realize Levy Environment Tax in 12th FYP
by Hai Yu, April 25, 2011

(Chinese) 190 Million Chinese is Drinking Unqualified Water
by Fazhi Daily, April 24, 2011

(Chinese) The Production Value of Recycle Industry in China Will Achieve 1500 Billion Yuan in 2015
by Chai Yongqiang, April 22, 2011

(Chinese) China Will Control Pollition Emission in 20 Years
by Yan Feng, April 22, 2011

(Chinese) China's Environmental Pressure Ranks First in the World
by People's Daily, April 22, 2011

(Chinese) How Can Emission Reduction Influence the Adjustment of Industrial Structure?
by Wen Wen, April 21, 2011

(Chinese) The Most Strict "Red Line" for Water Resource Management Will Resport to State Department
by Yan Feng, April 21, 2011

(Chinese) The Death of Fish in Huai River May Relate to Wastewater Treatment Factory
by Meng Xuan, April 20, 2011

(Chinese) The Highest Standard in the World: New Pollution Emission Standard of Coal-fired Power Plant will be Promulgated
by, April 15, 2011

(Chinese) Hunan Notify Two Emergent Heavy Metal Pollution Accidents
by Li Dong, April 15, 2011

(Chinese) The First Lawsuit of Carbon Reduction
by Chai Yongqiang, April 15, 2011

(Chinese) Guardian: China's Progress of Environment Protection Shame the US
by Xinhua International, April 14, 2011

(Chinese) Lowest Water Table of Dongting Lake in 20 Years
by Yang Yucai, April 14, 2011

(Chinese) Guangdong Release Environmental Grading of Pollution Sources
by Hai Yu, April 14, 2011

(Chinese) Investigation of Forging Environment Assessment
by Banyuetan, April 7, 2011

(Chinese) A Historic Transition: The Water Loss and Soil Erosion in Yangtze Basin Turn to Reduce
by, April 6, 2011

(Chinese) China Directly Use Sea Water 60 Billion Cubic Meters Every Year
by, April 6, 2011

(Chinese) More Than 70% Fish Species in Zhu River Face Survival Crisis According to a Research
by Zhao Jie, Liu Xun, Gu Zhangxun, April 6, 2011

(Chinese) The Success of Pollution Compensation at Jiangyin City, Jiangsu
by Li Li, Fan Shengnan, April 5, 2011

(Chinese) 489 Villagers Got Silicosis, Who's Fault?
by Li Xingwen, April 5, 2011

(Chinese) Guangzhou Will Impose a Fine on Violation of Garbage Sorting
by Zhi Zihua, April 4, 2011

(Chinese) 10% Cultivated Land Get Metal Contaminated, Battery Industry Become the Chief Culprit
by Xie Qingyu, April 1, 2011

(Chinese) US Indicates the Air Quality in Beijing Dropped Since 2008, Beijing EPB Disagree
by Jinghua, April 1, 2011 March 2011
China's Cabinet Approves Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Environmental Protection Plan
Xinhua News, March 30, 2011

Rare Earth Prices Surge; Funds Pour in amid Speculative Concerns
By Lu Hui Xinhua News, March 30, 2011

China's Cabinet Approves Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Environmental Protection Plan
Xinhua News, March 30, 2011

China Tops Global Clean Energy Table
BBC News, March 29, 2011

China to Remain Unaffected by Radioactive Leaks in Japan
Xinhua News, March 25, 2011

Reading Policy Signals from a Rare Earth Tax
By James T. Areddy
The Wall Street Journal, March 25, 2011

China Battery Plant Poisons More Than 100 Villagers-Xinhua
Reuters Africa, March 25, 2011

China nuclear: Japan Tsunami Won't Stop Beijing
By Kathleen McLaughlin
Global Post, March 24, 2011

WHO Dismisses Public Radiation Overconcern in China
Xinhua News , March 18, 2011

Crisis of Faith for Nuclear Brahmins
By Hamish McDonald
The Sidney Morning Helrald, March 18, 2011

Environmental and CSR Reporting in China Today: A Paradox
By Fanny Lee
Environmental Leader, March 16, 2011

China Suspends all New Nuclear Plants, Orders Safety Review
By Keith B. Richburg
The Washingtonpost, March 16, 2011

China's Dilemma: How to Mine Rare Earths whilst Protecting Reserves and the Environment , March 15, 2011(Chinese) 9 Thermal Power Plants Will Use Recycling Water for Cooling
by Xundi, March 31, 2011

(Chinese) Satellite Detect Ozone Hole at the Arctic Pole
by Chen Xundi, March 31, 2011

(Chinese) Target in 2011: City Wastewater Treatment Rate 80%, Domestic Garbage Safety Disposal Rate 74%
by Yan Feng, March 30, 2011

(Chinese) First Carbon Trade Under Voluntary Emission Reduction Standard
by Xinhua Net, March 30, 2011

(Chinese) China Set 10 Rural Water Conservancy Targets for 12th FYP
by Chai Yongqiang, March 29, 2011

(Chinese) Large-scaled Hydropower Construction is Destroying Ecological Environment, 30% Fish Species are Endanger
by Su Daoxiang, March 28, 2011

(Chinese) 86 Cities in China Join "Earth Hour"
by Xinhua net, March 26, 2011

(Chinese) "Mad Man" Win 160 Lawsuits to Protect Dianchi
by Gongren Daily, March 26, 2011

(Chinese) Wuxi Report the Treatment of Tai Lake in 2010: the Frequency of Algae Decrease 30%
by Yan Yan, Gao Jie, March 24, 2011

(Chinese) Water Conservancy Bureau Publish 2009 China Water Resource Bulletin
by Hai Yu, March 23, 2011

(Chinese) World Water Day- Water for City: Responding to the Urban Challenge"
by Hai Yu, March 22, 2011

(Chinese) Hubei Initiate "A Hundred Lakes Protection Action"
by Chai Yongqiang, March 22, 2011

(Chinese) Chian Will Build 20,000 Underground Water Monitoring Points in 3 years
by, March 22, 2011

(Chinese) China Will Launch First Water Conservancy Census on April 1st
by Tina, March 18, 2011

(Chinese) Data Indicates CO2 Emission in China Will Achieve Peak Value in 30 Years
by Xia meng, March 18, 2011

(Chinese) 12th FYP: Outlook and Challenge
by Zhang Xiaoqing, Cao Jiaxin, March 18, 2011

(Chinese) 12th FYP Issued: COD, SO2 Reduce 8%, Nitrogen Ammoniation, Nitrogen Oxide Reduce 10% Perspectively
by Environment China, March 17, 2011

(Chinese) 11th FYP: The National Sewage Treatment and Waste Disposal Rate Imporved
by Hai Yu, March 16, 2011

(Chinese) NPC Member Refer Concern of Exploitation of Nu River
by Hai Yu, March 15, 2011

(Chinese) Serious Pollution in Xiliu Lake in Zhengzhou-- Sewage Overproof 110 Times
by Meng Xuan, March 15, 2011

(Chinese) MEP: 4 Obligatory Targets for Pullition Emission Reduction in 12th FYP
by Renmin Daily, March 13, 2011

(Chinese) Significant Pullution Emission Reduction During 11th FYP: Reduction of 630 Million Standard Coal Consumption
by Renmin Daily, March 13, 2011 February 2011China plans to rein in heavy metal pollution
By Michael Martina
Reuters, February 22, 2011

Research and Markets: Global Healthcare Equipment and Supplies - Prospects in US & China
Business Wire, February 25, 2011

BASIC countries meet to discuss climate change
sifynews, February 25, 2011

China's Environment in the Year of the Tiger
by Samuel Wade
China Digital, February 3, 2011(Chinese) Jiangsu Will Face 10 Gigawatt Shortage of Power Provision This Summer
by Hai yu, February 25, 2011

(Chinese) Significant Achievement in 11th FYP- Energy Consumption Per Industry Add Value Decrease More Than 25%
by Hai yu, February 25, 2011

(Chinese) Shangdong Rank First in the "Environment Competitive Strength Green Book- China Provincial Environment Competitive Strength Development Report"
by Zhou Yanling, Ji Yingde, February 25, 2011

(Chinese) Jiangsu Set 12 FYP Carbon Target and Permit 24 Low Carbon Economy Pilot Units
by, February 24, 2011

(Chinese) Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Set "River Head" for Polluted Rivers
by, February 24, 2011

(Chinese) Beijing is Covered by Heavy Air Pollution, Motor Vehicles are the Cause
by Hai Yu, February 24, 2011

(Chinese) China Will Build 100 New Energy Trial Cities During 12th FYP
by Li Dong, February 22, 2011

(Chinese) Success of "Double 30" Project in Hebei-- A Model to Motivate Pollution Emission Reduction
by Liu Haitao, February 22, 2011

(Chinese) Jiangxi Will Issue Statute to Protect China's Largest Freshwater Lake-- Boyang Lake
by Li Dong, February 22, 2011

(Chinese) The Area and Water Level of Qinghai Lake Have Increased Continuously for Five Years
by, February 19, 2011

(Chinese) Accumulative Wastewater Treated in Beijing in the Past Decade Equals to Two Minyun Reservoirs
by Guangming Daily, February 18, 2011

(Chinese) Shanxi Draft Pollution Emission Reduction Goal in 12th FYP
by Feng Yongqiang, February 18, 2011

(Chinese) Neimenggu Launch Pollution Emission Trading Pilot Project
by Yang Aiqin, Hou Yuansong, February 18, 2011

(Chinese) Online Survey: 90% Agree the Seriouness of Environment Problems, More Than Half Support Environment Tax
by Hai Yu, February 18, 2011

(Chinese) Ministry of Environment Protechtion Hold Public Hearing for Environment Monitoring Service License
by Zhang Jun, February 17, 2011

(Chinese) Commitement in 2011 from State Grid Corp of China
by, February 16, 2011

(Chinese) China Low Carbon Index is Published, A Benchmark in Clean Technique Field
by Hai Yu, February 16, 2011

(Chinese) A Respond to the Rumor of Chlorine Leak in Xiangshui, Jiangsu: The Smelly Gas Come from Qualified Gas Emission
by Hai Yu, February 16, 2011

(Chinese) China Water Resource Management Set "Three Red Lines" to Control Total Pollution Emission
by Chai Yongqiang, February 11, 2011

(Chinese) Substandard Water from 23 Rivers and Lakes Flew into Dianchi during Last Season in 2010
by Guan Xian, February 11, 2011

(Chinese) China Begin to Investigate Outdated Capacity
by Niu Yinghui, February 11, 2011

(Chinese) Emission Reduction of GOEs in Hebei: Established Largest Dust Abatment Project in Asia, Closed 930 GW Small Power Units
by Zhuni Jiankang, February 11, 2011

(Chinese) Hainan: 100% Air Quality Day, 96.6% Industry Waster Water Treat Rate
by Chen Zuhong, February 10, 2011

(Chinese) Heilongjiang Environment Work Meeting: Change Songhuajiang Level V in 2-3 Years
by Wu Dianfeng, February 10, 2011

(Chinese) Less Than 1% Gas Stove Achieve 60% Thermal Efficiency in China
by, February 9, 2011

(Chinese) Who Can Address "Leave-around" "Pour-in-River" Garbage in Rural Area
by Liang Yuguang, February 9, 2011

(Chinese) A Hero Peasant Who Protect Dian Chi for 30 Years
by Li Dong, February 8, 2011

(Chinese) Breakthrough of Environment Protection from 11th FYP to 12th FYP
by Li Dong, February 8, 2011

(Chinese) Waste Water Treatment Rate in 36 Cities Achieve 85% in 2015
by Du Ning, February 7, 2011

(Chinese) Significant Energy Saving from the 6 High Energy-Consumption Industries during 11 FYP
by Tina, February 4, 2011

(Chinese) The Rapid Growth of Wind Power Units Increase Electric Grid Cost, Raise the Power Price
by Tina, February 4, 2011

(Chinese) Majority of the 4000 Billion Water Conservancy Investment will Come from Public Finance in the Next 10 Years
by Changsha Evening News, February 1, 2011

(Chinese) China Bureau of Energy: Nu River Must and Will be Developed
by Chai Yongqiang, February 1, 2011

(Chinese) Zijin Mining Pollution: Pay off 30 Million Yuan Penalty in 15 Days
by Ye Jing, Xu Lan, February 1, 2011 January 2011Premier Wen Assigned Missions of Huai River Management in the Board Meeting
by the office of the State Council, January 28, 2011

Guangzhou Court of Justice Apply for Public Lawsuit Right of Water Area Pollution
by Chai Yongqiang, January 28, 2011

Bureau of Energy: China Added 91.27 Gigawatt Power Generate Units in 2010, Amounted 96 Billion Megawatt in Total
by Yi Yan, January 28, 2011

Haidong, Qinghai Operated 129 Pollution Emission Reduction Program during 11th Five Year Plan
by An Shiyuan, January 28, 2011

Tangshan Will Accelerate Industrial Reform throught 260 New Environmental Techniques during the 12th Five Year Plan
by Zhou Yingjiu, January 28, 2011

Water Safefy Pressure on Sanxia Reservior-- Risk of Secondary Pollution
by Li Guo, Shi Jianan, January 27, 2011

The Serious Drought in Shandong Aggravated Again
by Li Dong, January 27, 2011

More Indexes, Less Potential-- How to Break the Bottle Neck of Emission Reduction?
by Xu Qi, January 27, 2011

Most Province in China Plan to Slow Down the Pace of GDP Growth and Acheive Agreement on Energy Saving and Emission Reduction
by Poeple's Daily, January 27, 2011

Zero Waster Water Discharge from the Abuilding Xiangjiaba Hydroelectric Power Station in 3 Years
by Liao Shiquan, Shi Xiaoyun, January 25, 2011

Increasing Transaction Volume of Global Carbon Trading in 2010
by Zhang Li, January 25, 2011

Beijing's Latest Snow in 60 Years, No Effective Precipitation for 93 Days
by Yan Feng, January 25, 2011

The Yellow River Water will be diverted into Beijing to Relieve the Shortage of Underground Water
by Chai Yongqiang, January 24, 2011

China Addressed Drinking Safety Issues of 210 Million Rural Population During the 11th Five Year PLan
by Gu Zhongyang, January 21, 2011

Significant Improvement of Water Environment in Guangzhou
by Wang Huibo, Hu Guang, January 21, 2011

Cut off Heat Provision to Meet Pullotion Reduction Goal- Zhuzhou, Henan
by Li Guang, January 20, 2011

A Report Announcing No City in China Pass the Air Quality Evaluation
by, January 20, 2011

MEP Ministor's Speech on National Environment Protection Conference
by Zhou Shengxian, January 20, 2011

Hebei Province will launch pollution emission trading pilot from May 1 2011
by Zhu Xiaoguang, Zhou Yingjiu, January 18, 2011