Why Kazakhstan Is Betting on a Green Future
By Erlan Idrissov
The Cost of Asia’s Energy Boom
Rising energy demand throughout the region will require some massive new investments.
Asia's Clean Energy Future
With a huge demand for energy resources, China and Asia overall are poised to become global leaders in clean energy.
Lights Out For China's Solar Power Industry?
China’s solar industry is a useful microcosm that illustrates larger flaws in the national 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.
A Great Wall of Cars: Surviving China's 'Carmageddon'
Chinese consumers want to buy automobiles that reflect their growing economic status. It may come at a cost.
New Zealand and the Environment: An Economy Fit for the Past?
This small country has a proud history of progressive reform. But some worry that the current government is turning back the clock.
China, U.S. Butt Heads Over Green Energy
China’s alternative energy industry is increasingly at the forefront of recent Sino-American trade disputes.
China's Green Energy Path
A mix of a carbon tax and bigger subsidies for private sector research are the key to a greener economy.
Li Keqiang and Green Growth
Li Keqiang looks poised to succeed Wen Jiabao. What would this mean for China’s environment?
To Tax, Or Not to Carbon Tax?
As the Durban conference on climate change continues, does the debate over a carbon tax in Australia offer any useful lessons for gathered delegates?
China's Wind Power Boom?
China is already the world’s biggest investor in clean energy. But it has its sights on hiking wind energy capacity.