China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection a new report on Tuesday, revealing that almost 60% of the groundwater it tested last year rated as ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’, and that nearly 60% of the...
by Kate Zhao | Oct 15, 2007
From Planet Ark: China is considering an environmental tax on polluters to cut emissions, a senior government official said on Monday. “We are actively promoting this idea.
by Liu Yong | Sep 19, 2007
From China Daily: A policy based on economic leverage such as prices, taxes, and insurance is called for in a bid to control the behavior of economic entities to ensure that there is
by Michael Zhao | Sep 11, 2007
China’s environmental watchdog is willing to become an underdog in producing real solutions to the snowballing pollution problem in China. Translated from Oriental Morning
by Wu Nan | Sep 5, 2007
Mr Pan Yue, deputy minister of SEPA who started the Green Storm, now moves his knife to more Chinese firms creating pollution. From Reuters, via The Straits Times:
by Michael Zhao | Aug 25, 2007
China’s outspoken environmental official is sounding the alarm again, in his article published by Reporters’ Observation magazine. Translated by CDT: Since this
by Kate Zhao | Aug 4, 2007
From Truehugger.com: While the notion that environmental protection can be good for business certainly hasn’t gone mainstream in capitalist China, this year the country
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 26, 2007
Along the Yangtze River, two reporters of The Financial Times interviewing farmers, officials and factory managers about one of China’s most pressing challenges: water
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