Reaction of the coal industry to the recently released Chinese restrictions on dirty coal use in key coastal regions reveals an industry in deep denial.
Indoor air pollution kills more people around the world every year than HIV and malaria combined — but solar power might be the key to solving the problem.
China’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth and coal consumption have decoupled, suggesting a structural shift in Chinese economy.
Unlocking shale gas comes with a significant environmental risk: access to freshwater for drinking, agriculture, and industrial use.
China has released new policies that will encourage leasing and a boom in distributed generation as an alternative to centralised plants.
China’s coal use dropped for the first time this century — while the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) actually grew.