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?
A new report indicates changes in the international renewables market due to policy changes in China.
It has become the de facto leader in international climate efforts. But is the world’s leading carbon emitter now pulling back?
China's corporate aforestation efforts are encouraging, but consumer demand for environmental products is lagging.
Chinese electric vehicle companies GAC Motor and Future Mobility are pressing the gas for a U.S. debut in the near future.
Other big companies should emulate the tech giant’s focus on helping suppliers get there, too.
The move is hailed as "hugely significant" given China's position as largest building construction market in the world.
The carbon market initially will cover China's energy sector before expanding over the coming years.