Apple Must Clean up Its Polluting Supply Chain – Starting With Foxconn
By Xueying Wu
Apple likes to brand itself as a climate hero, but one of its largest suppliers is a laggard on renewable energy – despite the many green options in China.
China and Europe Can Learn From Each Other’s Energy Transitions
By Anders Hove
When it comes to both energy security and power decarbonization, Europe and China are on different paths but face common imperatives.
China’s Growing Offshore Wind Energy Drive
By Anne-Marie Dedene
China's unrelenting commitment to offshore wind energy has sent ripples across the global energy landscape and the European Union’s efforts to build up their own offshore wind sector.
Will Russia and China Agree to the Power of Siberia 2?
By Joseph Webster
The proposed pipeline has astonishingly poor project economics. It might be built regardless.
In the Name of Energy Security, China Is Doubling Down on Both Renewables and Coal
By Zoe Leung
China is the world’s largest producer of both renewable energy and coal power, the dirtiest fossil fuel.
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 3 Pathways to Green Steel
By Chin Hsueh
China’s steel industry is a crucial part of its decarbonization efforts – and thus the fate of the global fight against climate change.
Clean at Home and Polluting Abroad: The Trouble With China’s Energy Finance
By Mathias Lund Larsen and Lars Oehler
Renewables make up 3/4 of Chinese energy investments at home, but only 1/4 abroad. One reason is the Chinese financial system’s preference for SOEs, which these days are looking for markets to unload excess capacity.
What’s Behind China’s New National Standardization Outline Document?
By Arjun Gargeyas and Megha Pardhi
To become a global leader in standard-setting, China first needs to focus on domestic standards.
To ‘Green’ the Belt and Road, China Needs to Set Clear Renewable Energy Targets
By Zhang Jing
As China stops building overseas coal power plants, it will take more than wishful thinking to transition to renewable energy.
China’s Overseas Coal Pledge Is Not a Climate Change Gamechanger
By Mathias Lund Larsen
Over-enthusiasm for Xi’s coal pledge will let China get away with lower overall climate ambitions.
Climate Change Is a Test for Asia’s Tech Titans
By Xueying Wu
As extreme weather intensifies, companies like Samsung, Toshiba, and Alibaba must commit to renewable energy.