by Natasha Geiling Nov 2, 2015
Four weeks before the United Nations climate change conference in Paris, China and France agree to review progress on emissions cuts every five years.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 29, 2015
As Feng Wang of the Brookings Institution put it, “The era of uninterrupted supplies of young, cheap Chinese labor is over.”
by Alan Pyke Oct 7, 2015
It might actually be time to start paying attention to the free-trade deal heading to Congress.
by Sam P.K. Collins Oct 5, 2015
"Tu revisited the ancient literature and discovered clues that guided her in her quest."
by Ryan Koronowski Sep 25, 2015
These commitments -- some new and some old -- seriously damage the common argument that the U.S. should not act to cut carbon pollution until China does.
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 21, 2015
Giving CEO Tim Cook the perfect segue to bringing up cybersecurity relations with China's president this week.
by Samantha Page Sep 18, 2015
A partnership between a U.S. lab and the world's largest utility is a good sign for carbon reductions.
by Katie Valentine Sep 17, 2015
Air pollution is deadly, a new study has confirmed.
by Samantha Page Sep 15, 2015
Cities and states from the world's two biggest superpowers just announced new action on carbon emissions.
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 14, 2015
The United States' relationship with China has become so strained Obama and other White House staff will not stay at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel due to spying concerns.