China Cleans up Its Act on Environmental Enforcement
By Peter Corne and Johnny Browaeys
China's latest environmental crackdown actually has teeth – and it's not ending any time soon.
A Closer Look at China’s 1,000-Year Project: Xiongan New Area
By DD Wu
Xi Jinping aims to make Xiongan New Area on par with Shanghai, but a pollution scandal has set off alarm bells.
Tianjin Explosions: 1 Year Later
By Wang Tao
A year after the deadly chemical blasts, local residents try to rebuild their lives.
What Can China Learn from Love Canal?
By Kate Logan
Poisoned students at a school in Jiangsu stir up memories of a similar incident in the United States in the 1970s.
The Environmental Problem China Can No Longer Overlook
By Elizabeth Economy
China's Ministry of Environmental Protection is taking steps to clean up soil contamination. Will it be enough?