The Wrath of Mother Earth: What Can We Learn from Recent Earthquakes?
Environment,East Asia
By Wen Xin Lim - 11 May 2016

The Wrath of Mother Earth: What Can We Learn from Recent Earthquakes?

The earthquakes have created economic damage to Japanese automobile and electronic manufacturers as production was disrupted in the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, which hosts Japan’s largest semiconductor manufacturing bases.  
China Making Progress on Climate and Environment Issues
Environment,China

By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 08 May 2016

China Making Progress on Climate and Environment Issues

China’s New Species of Environmental Protest
Society,Environment

By H Christoph Steinhardt & Fengshi Wu - 28 Mar 2016

China’s New Species of Environmental Protest

China and COP21
Environment

China and COP21

On December 12, 2015, 196 nations at COP21, the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, unanimously committed to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions to keep global warming to a maximum increase of 1.5ºC, or failing that, less than 2ºC.
Why China’s Economic “New Normal” Fails to Solve  the Urban Smog Problem
Environment,China

Why China’s Economic “New Normal” Fails to Solve the Urban Smog Problem

The chronic smog problems afflicting major Chinese cities like Beijing and Shanghai have grown even bigger in the past few years while the country’s GDP growth decelerated.
By Gang Chen - 21 Mar 2016 | 1 comments Read more...
Governance of the Mekong River: Is it Doomed?
Environment,Southeast Asia

Governance of the Mekong River: Is it Doomed?

A total of six countries — China, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Thailand — have relied on the Mekong River for generations. This shared use in the absence of clear ownership makes the river a regional transboundary common pool resource.
By Heejin Han - 10 Mar 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
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