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China’s APEC Challenge: Clearing the Air
October 28, 2014

China’s APEC Challenge: Clearing the Air

By Shannon Tiezzi
Can China ward off heavy smog during the high-profile diplomatic meeting?
China Tries to Kick Its Coal Addiction
October 15, 2014

China Tries to Kick Its Coal Addiction

By Shannon Tiezzi
A long-awaited coal tax aims to stem China's reliance on coal. But is it enough?

China’s Water Pollution Mire
May 28, 2014

China’s Water Pollution Mire

By Sara Hsu
Despite all the focus on air pollution, the contamination of China’s water is at least as serious.

China’s Renewable Energy Opportunity
April 03, 2014

China’s Renewable Energy Opportunity

By Arthur Guschin
Renewable energy could improve the quality of China’s air, and its international image.

China Gives Itself Failing Grade for Air Pollution
March 27, 2014

China Gives Itself Failing Grade for Air Pollution

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's Ministry of Environmental Protection reports that government efforts are not effectively curbing air pollution.
Chinese Man Sues Local Government Over Smog
February 26, 2014

Chinese Man Sues Local Government Over Smog

By Shannon Tiezzi
Li Guixin of Hebei Province is suing the local environmental protection bureau for failing to deal with air pollution.

America's 'Outsourced Pollution' Comes Back 'To Haunt Us'
January 25, 2014

America's 'Outsourced Pollution' Comes Back 'To Haunt Us'

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, Xu Zhiyong and Liu Yuandong on trial, regulating internet TV, and China's State Security Committee. Friday China links.
Shanghai, Beijing Tackle Air Pollution
January 17, 2014

Shanghai, Beijing Tackle Air Pollution

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing and Shanghai are tackling air pollution, part of a larger government campaign to clean up China's environment.

2013 ‘Year of Disappointment’ For China’s Environment
December 21, 2013

2013 ‘Year of Disappointment’ For China’s Environment

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, the logic behind Baucus as Ambassador to China, the JCCT meets, and Bolivia's president is in China. Friday links.

Jang Song-Thaek, Zhou Yongkang Lose Power Struggles
December 14, 2013

Jang Song-Thaek, Zhou Yongkang Lose Power Struggles

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, Chinese leaders praised in Western media, U.S.-China perceptions, and China’s smog problem. Friday China links

Smog Wars: China's Pollution in the Spotlight
December 11, 2013

Smog Wars: China's Pollution in the Spotlight

By Tyler Roney
China's pollution problem is now fully out in the open, but talking about it isn't enough.
After Shanghai Disappears Under a Blanket of Smog, State Media Touts It as a “Defensive Advantage”
December 10, 2013

After Shanghai Disappears Under a Blanket of Smog, State Media Touts It as a “Defensive Advantage”

By J.T. Quigley
Severe air pollution brings China’s financial hub to its knees as news outlets criticized over positive coverage.

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