Is Asia the New Silicon Valley?
By Zachary Keck
Asia’s Massive ‘Climate-Smart’ Dividend
By Anthony Fensom
Chinese Coal Use to Hit 4.8 Billion Metric Tons Annually by 2020
By John C.K. Daly
How US Companies Benefit From China’s Coal Addiction
China’s reliance on coal has serious environmental consequences, but is keeping U.S. companies in business.
China’s Energy Rebalancing: A New Gazpolitik?
China’s energy rebalancing may be as important and difficult as its economic equivalent.
The Cost of Asia’s Energy Boom
Rising energy demand throughout the region will require some massive new investments.
RIP King Coal?
A slump in prices has seen a spate of mine closures and job cuts. Can coal bounce back?
Black Cloud Over Beijing
Beijing’s typically polluted skies reached new heights over the weekend. Could this be a catalyst for change?
Mongolia's Economic Challenge
Mongolia hopes to leverage widespread international interest in its Tavan Tolgoi coal mine to diversify its economy.
'Blowing in the Wind?': China's Energy Future
Despite persistent challenges, a new Greenpeace report finds wind power might have a bright future in China.
Don't Write the Obituary Just Yet: 'King Coal' Still Reigns
Despite its ‘dirty’ image and talk of renewables, coal still accounts for 40 percent of global electricity needs.
Fossil Fuels Bolstered by Japan's Nuclear Cuts
“…fossil fuels suddenly look a lot more promising in the land that produced a treaty designed to curb them.”