by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 4, 2016
The recent announcement is yet another sign that China, the largest coal producer and consumer in the world, is increasingly distancing from its largest energy source.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Dec 18, 2015
At least a third of the population of China breathes air deemed “unhealthy” by U.S. standards -- air that kills as many as 1.6 million people every year.
by Joe Romm Dec 7, 2015
2015 is headed toward the first drop in CO2 emissions during a period of economic growth.
by Joe Romm Dec 4, 2015
China’s coal use appears to have peaked back in 2013. Here's why coal is in a downward spiral in China while renewable energy is soaring.
by Katie Valentine Nov 30, 2015
Beijing and New Delhi are engulfed in pollution.
by Natasha Geiling Nov 5, 2015
The bad news is that China has been underreporting its coal use. The good news is that it's finally starting to come clean.
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."