ABC News reports via Spiegel International that Chinese architect Ma Yansong has “taken the...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 15, 2011
As the country undergoes a major construction boom, and energy shortages become an increasing problem, the Chinese government is realizing that incorporating energy-efficient designs in their buildings could help. From the New...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 8, 2010
Two articles at China Dialogue discuss environmental issues facing Hong Kong. The first argues that the city must broaden its heavily technology-based approach to storm and flood defense, while the second urges a greening of its...
by Sophie Beach | May 28, 2009
The Guardian reports on an effort to implement green technology amid China’s construction boom: The country is in the middle of the greatest building boom in human history. Six of the world’s 10 tallest buildings...
by Xiao Niu | Nov 20, 2008
In view of the recent research publication from the China Energy Group at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the China Green Building blog discusses the embodied and operational carbon emissions in China’s...
by Timothy Lesle | Jan 31, 2008
Talks are underway between Chinese and Singaporean officials on the planned green city to be constructed in Tianjin. Groundbreaking is planned for July. According to Channel NewsAsia: When completed, there will be some 300,000...
by Morgan Figuers | Jul 11, 2007
by Sophie Beach | Jul 6, 2007
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