By Joe Romm on April 16, 2014
A new report documents China's response to the almost unimaginable life-shortening air pollution caused by its rapid growth in coal use.
By Joanna M. Foster on April 15, 2014
New research uncovers a link between Asia's dirty air and the odd colder weather in North America.
By Ari Phillips on April 10, 2014
The U.S. became a net exporter of liquefied petroleum gas in 2012 and it's growing fast.
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By Jeff Spross on April 4, 2014
The move is part of China's plan to shutter low-quality coal mines, while consolidating and capping the industry's overall production.
By Emily Atkin on March 31, 2014
"The air is really good, but the time is too short," Feng Lin, 75, said. "I had to stop too soon but it was really great until then."
By Ari Phillips on March 27, 2014
On Thursday, Chinese regulators ordered the country's two largest insurers to stop selling smog coverage.
By Jeff Spross on March 26, 2014
Only 3 out of 74 Chinese cities fully complied with pollution standards in 2013, and the country's capital saw pollution 10 times the safety level yesterday.
By Hayes Brown on March 21, 2014
Through ping-pong, pandas, and a push for greater ties among students, the First Lady is bring a friendlier face to U.S.-China relations.
By Ari Phillips on March 20, 2014
China is currently building 28 nuclear plants, about 40 percent of the world total under construction. It has big plans for upping the ante.
By Lauren C. Williams on March 13, 2014
China's Great Firewall may have just been scaled thanks to Google's new encryption plans.