Will China Lead on Climate Change as Green Technology Booms?
By Channing Arndt
Lack of commitment from the incoming Trump administration is not necessarily fatal to global emissions reductions.
Could India and China Grow Without Coal?
By Andrew Witthoeft
Can the two Asian giants do without coal?
South Australia's Blackout Blame Game
By Grant Wyeth
While some pointed to the switch to renewables as the cause, a preliminary report blames the state’s “skinny” grid.
India's Place in the Sun: The International Solar Alliance
By Raymond E. Vickery
India is set to lead the International Solar Alliance, but its task is not without challenges.
Why Changing Energy Markets Add Relevance to EXPO 2017 Astana
By Rapil Zhoshybayev
The event has chosen a surprising theme.
South Korea’s Nuclear Obsession
By Daul Jang
The fixation on nuclear power ignores Fukushima and the global trend towards renewables.
Lima: Climate Change Optimism Returns to Earth
By Stephen Junor
After the positive feeling of the U.S.-China climate deal, a return to the realities of multilateral negotiations.
India’s Renewable Energy Opportunity
By Riju Agrawal
Even without climate change on its agenda, the country could become a leader in low-cost renewables.
China’s Climate Change Paradox
By Stephen Junor
It is the world's largest emitter of carbon dioxide, but recent shifts in China give cause for hope.
What China's Energy Trajectory Says About Climate Change
By Daniel J. Graeber
China's government is noting the effects of global warming. But leaving fossil fuels behind looks tough.
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.