Bloomberg profiles Xie Zhenhua, former head of China’s state environmental protection agency and now the country’s chief negotiator in Copenhagen: Xie, who resigned after an explosion at a PetroChina Co. plant...
by Michael Zhao | Feb 25, 2008
China’s environmental watchdog is dealing another blow to the country’s heavy polluters, with a “Green Securities” regulation that aims to blacklist, and block the inflow of capital of, heavyweight...
by Kiran Goldman | Feb 15, 2008
From Reuters: Local governments in China are resisting Beijing’s attempt to hold back bank credit from big polluting businesses. “Some provinces and financial institutions have not implemented the green credit policy...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 13, 2008
According to Chemistry World magazine, the Chinese government is planning to replace SEPA with an environmental ministry this year: Hong Yaxiong, deputy director at SEPA’s department of policy, said that the move would...
by Kate Zhao | Feb 13, 2008
From Financial Times : China’s chief environmental watchdog says local officials are sabotaging a central government edict to restrict loans to heavily polluting industries, despite limited success in withholding credit in some...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 24, 2008
The Economist writes about the different challenges SEPA, China’s environmental protection agency, faces in its efforts to curb pollution: THESE days China’s environmental bureaucrats know how to talk the talk. They...
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