Royal Philips Electronics has announced that it is participating in the 1,000-Village Solar LED program, an initiative launched by The Climate Group and the One Foundation. The program was kicked off at a Climate Group event at Xiao Xi Chong, one of 13 villages in the region around Guiyang City where the project is working. […]
07 September 2010
06 August 2009
Huaneng Shidongkou No. 2 Power Plant Carbon Capture project, which is reported by Chinese media to be the largest of its kind in the world, will come to Shanghai.
Involving a total investment of CNY150 million, the project is expected to be completed by the end of 2009 with an annual capture of 100,000 tons of […]
18 March 2009
ExxonMobil Chemical Company says the selection of Shanghai as the site for its new technology center reflects the importance of China in the business development and growth plans for ExxonMobil Chemical Company.
The technology center that will provide product applications support for its growing business in the Chinese and Asian markets is expected to be […]
19 January 2009
The Climate Group has announced plans to develop 15 to 20 low carbon cities in China in the next three to five years to encourage the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions and address the problem of climate change.
09 January 2009
A special commodity, carbon dioxide, has been licensed for trading on the China Beijing Environment Exchange.
29 December 2008
Guangdong Province has promulgated a new rule on the use of flood-lighting and street lamps.
15 December 2008
During a meeting with Xie Zhenhua, vice director of China's National Development and Reform Commission, at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Poland UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon said that China has set a good example in dealing with climate change through its national climate change measures.
17 November 2008
The China Renewable Energy Entrepreneur Club, initiated by World Wildlife Fund, officially announced its establishment at the Renewable Energy and Low-Carbon Economy Forum recently held by the WWF and the Energy Research Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission.
31 October 2008
To help in the fight against global warming and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Ctrip.com has announced that it has launched a carbon offset program in China.
18 September 2008
Proposed coalbed methane recovery programs in China could reduce emissions by the equivalent of up to 1.8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide a year — the annual emissions of up to 330,000 passenger vehicles.