The argument that developing countries are taking no action to address climate change is wrong.
This publication is a transcript of Jonathan Lash's annual Environmental Stories to Watch address, which he gave on December 17th, 2008 at the Newseum. For the past six years, WRI has invited members of the press to join in a conversation about what we think will be the environmental...
It may be counter-intuitive, but a global economic slowdown could help the United States and China work together on climate change.
An aggressive energy intensity target and a national renewable energy standard highlight a suite of Chinese policies that will slow greenhouse gas emissions growth.
This article originally appeared in China Economic Quarterly.
Are the Beijing Olympics a signal that China can pursue both economic growth and a cleaner environment?
p>Even with half of private cars off the road, Beijing remains wrapped in a haze of smog. The real causes of Beijing's air quality woes lie elsewhere.
p>The Olympics are an opportunity for the U.S. and China to better understand each other and move forward together on fighting climate change.
p>Green Chinese small and medium business owners in a remote university conference center in southern Guangdong province rolled up their sleeves to become better communicators.