Electrification, carbon capture and hydrogen — oh my!
In the last year, China has made progress in renewables and transportation — but major obstacles remain.
Waste management and pollution prevention are historically ineffective in China — here's why that matters.
Rocky Mountain Institute identifies major trends in clean energy from the last year.
China's emissions are likely to peak before 2030. What comes next?
From Malaysia to Australia, more investors are funding renewable energy, sustainable supply chains and other efforts to future-proof economies against climate change.
Electric buses are getting big press in America, but they're growing in big numbers in China.
Carbon production is high from suppliers, but the emissions aren't easily traceable when the products are exported.
Initiatives in Shanghai and Beijing signal a heightened focus on emissions reductions and coordinated waste management across regions.
The question is: How quickly will China transition into a consumption-based, service economy?