China’s Climate Diplomacy Surge
By Chris Qihan Zou
As climate change emerges as a key focus in some of China’s recent diplomatic initiatives, there are opportunities for the U.S. to enhance its own climate diplomacy efforts.
China’s Nascent Green Hydrogen Sector
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Nis Grünberg.
Can China and the US Cooperate on Climate Change?
Li Shuo, Jennifer Turner, and Alex Wang discuss the role of climate change in China-U.S. relations.
Even Climate Change Is a Fraught Area for US-China Cooperation
By Deborah Lehr
Climate change is deeply intertwined with the technology competition that now bedevils U.S.-China relations.
China Announces Aggressive Climate Targets at United Nations
By Steven Stashwick
Xi Jinping pledges China will be carbon neutral by 2060 in a bid to soften China's global image.
Time for China to Stop Bankrolling Coal
By Aiqun Yu and Christine Shearer
China is out of step with the world on coal, at home and abroad.
Why China Should Take the Lead on Climate Change
By Zhang Chao
China's leaders are reluctant to commit to a leadership role. Here's why they should dive in.
BRICS Face $51 Billion Annual Shortfall for Clean Energy
By Lydia McMullen-Laird
BRICS countries need to increase investment in low-carbon energy to meet climate targets, according to a recent report.
Is China a Global Force for Good?
By Brian R. Moore
A broader look at the impact of China's rise on the world.
China's Quest for Clean Tech
By Young China Watchers
Mark L. Clifford on China, renewable energy, and economic growth.
China Puts an Emergency Stop on Coal Power Construction
By Feng Hao
China’s energy sector is lumbering under the weight of a coal power glut, prompting the central government to step in.
China's Nuclear Power Debate
By Zhang Chun
Is nuclear power the answer to China's clean energy quest?