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2011-05-20    Origin: IEEPA  Tag: China News, Environment, Climate Change
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On May 12, 2011, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and International Energy Conservation Environmental Protection Association (IEEPA), co-organizers of the 4th World Economic and Environmental Conference (the 4th WEC), along with host Qingdao Municipal government, held a joint press conference and Forum on the Development of Low-Carbon Eco-Cities in Beijing. This activity was hosted by Jon Li, CEO and Secretary General of Consultative Council of IEEPA.

First, Zhang Qiong, Deputy Director of the Subcommittee of Social and Legal Affairs of CPPCC, Senior Consultant of IEEPA Consultative Council, former Deputy Director of the State Council Legislative Affairs Office, and Wei Jianguo, member of top-level think tank of Chinese government, Secretary-General of China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE), former Minister of Ministry of Commerce, made a keynote speech respectively. This was followed by Edward Clarence-smith, Representative of UNIDO in China, Mongolia, DPRK and ROK, and co-organizer of the 4th WEC, and Wu Tiejun, Assistant to Mayor of the People ''s Government of Qingdao Municipality, officer of host city, and Andrea De Angelis, Senior Climate Change Advisor of UNDP in China, Walter Meyer, Development Counsellor of Embassy of Switzerland to China, as well as Liu Runhui, Senior Green Building Expert of NRDC, delivered speeches respectively and attended the forum dialogue.

This activity, on the one hand, announced and introduced the topic, relevant subjects and forums of the 4th WEC. On the other hand, it paid close attention to the advancement of China’s economic transition and industrial structuring, especially major challenges China’s medium-sized cities faced in economic growth. Additionally the forum on the Development of Low-Carbon Eco-Cities, titled “trends and practices of urban transformation and development under climate change”, was also held. The dialogue guests, mainly from UN, Chinese government, foreign embassies in China, foreign city delegations, made warm discussion on the forum title, brought audience a rare opportunity to share experience with UN and other nations in the field of low-carbon urban construction. In addition, the dialogue guests also discussed relevant topics like demonstration construction, technology popularization and international cooperation for China’s low-carbon eco-cities, etc.

Other guests include Nathan Williams, Director of ChinaSF Beijing Office, Zhang Ruijie, Office Director of LCCC Programme, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Chen Yin, Vice President, Chief Engineer of Modern Green Development Co., Ltd., Li Yaqian, Vice President of Hina Group, Che Wei, Vice President of Danfoss Group in China, He Yuping, Director of Government Affairs and Public Relation of Novozymes China, and Li Shiliang, Senior Manager of Hong Kong K11 Group and so on, as well as news media from home and abroad.

This activity gave the public a bird’s eye view on the 4th WEC. Also it made efforts to establish an international cooperation bridge, encouraging all walks of life to jointly seek transformation and development trends under climate change, as well as action roadmap, planning and practice in China''s transition towards low-carbon eco-cities.

Editor: 沈欣

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  • Climate Change Green Book 2010 Released by the CASS  ( 2010-11-23 )
  • World mayors sign climate change pact  ( 2010-11-23 )
  • 212 Corporations from 25 Countries and Regions Will Attend the CIGIE 2010  ( 2010-11-23 )
  • China vows greater efforts to cope with climate change  ( 2010-11-22 )
  • FTC Proposes Changes to "Green Guides"  ( 2010-11-22 )
  • Oxfam Recruits a Communications Officer (Media) – China Unit  ( 2010-11-22 )
  • China Energy Forum Held to Find Solutions for Addressing Climate Change  ( 2010-11-19 )
  • 300 NGOs Call on the Whole Society to Concern about Climate Change  ( 2010-11-19 )
  • China Low Carbon Corporate Initiative Launched in Beijing  ( 2010-11-18 )
  • Two Enerngy Saving Targets of the Eleventh Five-Year Plan Have Achieved  ( 2010-11-18 )
  • Deckers China Recruits an Environmental Specialist  ( 2010-11-18 )
  • China Energy saving potential highlighted  ( 2010-11-17 )
  • Environmental Pollution Liability Insurance Will Be Mandatory  ( 2010-11-17 )
  • The First Training of "Carbon Treasure - China's Corporate Carbon Strategy" Program  ( 2010-11-15 )
  • MIIT and Huawei Signed Voluntary Energy Saving Agreement  ( 2010-11-15 )
  • CDP Reveals Water Constraints Now A Boardroom Issue for Global Corporations  ( 2010-11-12 )
  • More than 10 central medias participated the Summit Forum of China Low-carbon Economy Development  ( 2010-11-12 )
  • The first Chinese association of emission reduction was founded in Wuhan  ( 2010-11-12 )
  • 2010 Corporate Green Environment & Social Responsibility Forum Held in Beijing  ( 2010-11-12 )
  • The First Environmental Court was Established in Beijing  ( 2010-11-11 )
  • Chile Will Develop New Energies to Address Climate Change  ( 2010-11-11 )
  • The MEP Will Public the Guide for Environmental Information Disclosure of Listed Companies  ( 2010-11-11 )
  • CNBM Built a State Key Laboratory of Green Building Materials  ( 2010-11-10 )
  • Research Project on Draft of Climate Change Law of China started in Beijing  ( 2010-11-8 )
  • Carbon Treasure - China's Corporate Carbon Strategy Program Launched in Beijing  ( 2010-11-8 )
  • Nine Ministries Demands Waste Incineration Enterprises to Release Environmental Reports  ( 2010-11-8 )
  • Cities Are World’s Biggest Source of Carbon Emissions  ( 2010-11-5 )
  • The Annual Report of 2010 China Green Development Indices Released  ( 2010-11-5 )
  • 2009 Progress Report of Electric Power Enterprises on Energy Saving & Emission Reduction Released  ( 2010-11-2 )
  • Carbon Disclosure Project paves way for cities to report carbon emissions  ( 2010-11-1 )
  • Carbon Disclosure Project China Report 2010 Launched  ( 2010-10-30 )
  • Green and Low-Carbon Union of China Private Enterprises Formed in Shanghai  ( 2010-10-29 )
  • Brazil Held a Forum on Climate Change  ( 2010-10-29 )
  • China Environment Forum November Meetings  ( 2010-10-29 )
  • Greenpeace's 16th Guide to Greener Electronics Released  ( 2010-10-28 )
  • Green Home Environmental Journalists Salon in October  ( 2010-10-28 )
  • China Machinery Industry Energy and Resource Conservation Conference Held in Beijing  ( 2010-10-27 )
  • Panasonic Unveils ‘Green Plan 2018′  ( 2010-10-27 )
  • The Result of China Green Mark Gold Award Announced  ( 2010-10-26 )
  • Forum & Awarding Ceremony for China Enterprises’ Fortune Creation and Climate Change Responsibility 2010  ( 2010-10-26 )
  • China's First Voluntary Carbon Emission Reduction Standard Launched  ( 2010-10-26 )
  • Auto Industry Plans to Develop New Energy Automobiles in the 12th Five Year  ( 2010-10-25 )
  • The Legislation for China Ecological Compensation Has Completely Begun  ( 2010-10-25 )
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Recruits Manager-Sustainability and Climate Change  ( 2010-10-22 )
  • TGI Sustainability Assessment Helps You to Build Green Value Chain  ( 2010-10-22 )
  • Chengdu Introduces Green Building Assessment System from UK  ( 2010-10-21 )
  • Dell tops the Newsweek Green Rankings 2010  ( 2010-10-21 )
  • Businesses call for EU policy move to 30% emissions cuts by 2020  ( 2010-10-20 )
  • U.S. / China Tiff Threatens to Derail Clean Energy Opportunity  ( 2010-10-20 )
  • Climate Dialogue: International Conference on Climate Change 2010 Hong Kong  ( 2010-10-20 )
  • Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) 2010 China Report Launch-Beijing  ( 2010-10-18 )
  • Entrepreneurs from China Mainland Will Visit Taiwan and Discuss Green Economy  ( 2010-10-15 )
  • Backgrounder: Review of some major targets during China's 11th Five-Year Program  ( 2010-10-15 )
  • Deutsche Post DHL unveils new study on green business trends  ( 2010-10-15 )
  • Wind power to share 22% of global market by 2030  ( 2010-10-13 )
  • The First Group of Pilot Enterprises to Promote Energy Saving and Emission Reduction Released  ( 2010-10-13 )
  • Environmental Impact Assessment Costs Become the Largest Burden of China Enterprises  ( 2010-10-12 )
  • Tianjin climate talks pave way for Cancun  ( 2010-10-11 )
  • Global 500 Will Gather in Hangzhou to Accelerate the Low-carbon City  ( 2010-10-9 )
  • The First China Green Innovative Printing Demonstration Park Established in Shanghai  ( 2010-10-9 )
  • Leading Asian Companies Run Ahead of Policy to Explore Climate Change Opportunities  ( 2010-10-9 )
  • China's First Regulation on Voluntary Emissions Trade Will Be Issued Soon  ( 2010-10-8 )
  • No Clear Consensus at International Climate Talks  ( 2010-10-8 )
  • Climate Funds Bypassing Poorest Nations: Oxfam Report  ( 2010-10-8 )
  • 670,000 Workers Become Supervisors on Energy Saving and Emission Reduction  ( 2010-10-8 )
  • Forum Themed with Corporate Social Responsibilities under Green Win-win Held in Tianjin  ( 2010-9-29 )
  • Zhenjiang Province is Seleting Green and Low-carbon Enterprises  ( 2010-9-29 )
  • Wind Power Romania 2011  ( 2010-9-27 )
  • New projects must meet energy efficiency requirements  ( 2010-9-26 )
  • Launch of Carbon Disclosure Project 2010 Asia ex-Japan Report  ( 2010-9-25 )
  • The Media Workshop for Climate Change Tianjin Conference  ( 2010-9-25 )
  • Climate Change Climbs Boardroom Agenda Among Leading Global Firms  ( 2010-9-21 )
  • Ban urges high-level panel to meet global sustainability challenge  ( 2010-9-21 )
  • Cninfo and Nanfang Daily Announced the Low-carbon 50 Indexes  ( 2010-9-20 )
  • MEP Will Launch the Low-carbon Product Certification under the China Environmental Labeling  ( 2010-9-19 )
  • China targets 2 more pollutants under 12th 5-Year Plan  ( 2010-9-17 )
  • The Awards of Environemtnal Protection for Chinese Enterprises Issued in Beijing  ( 2010-9-16 )
  • China Mobile's Green Action Plan to Promote Energy Saving and Emission Reduction  ( 2010-9-16 )
  • 20 Green Measures on Holding the Summer Davos Forum 2010 Have Benn Put into Practice  ( 2010-9-15 )
  • GAPP and MEP Siged the Coorperation Agreement on Green Printing  ( 2010-9-15 )
  • The Research Report on China Public Environmental Quality Evaluation Index System Released in Beijing  ( 2010-9-14 )
  • The Environmental Risk Elvation Standard of Vanadium and Titanium Industry Credit Created in Sichuan  ( 2010-9-13 )
  • Chinese companies urged to realise commercial benefits of carbon management and meet Government targets  ( 2010-9-13 )
  • The 36th China Reporters' Forum on Sustainability Energy  ( 2010-9-13 )
  • Telefónica pushes the deployment of renewable networks in Latin America  ( 2010-9-10 )
  • Global insurance industry demands public-private action on climate change adaptation in developing countries  ( 2010-9-10 )
  • Four Measures to Promote Low-carbon Economy  ( 2010-9-9 )
  • WWF seeks ‘Green Game Changers’  ( 2010-9-9 )
  • UNEP calls for 'greener' laws to avert world water crisis  ( 2010-9-9 )
  • Ministry of Commerce Released Green Book of Retail Industry  ( 2010-9-8 )
  • Climate Change Brings Business Opportunities to Green SMEs  ( 2010-9-8 )
  • Global Green Think Tank Summit  ( 2010-9-7 )
  • China Halts Loans to Firms That Break Environment Rules  ( 2010-9-6 )
  • MEP Will Promote State IV Auto Emission Standard in 2011  ( 2010-9-6 )
  • 400,000 Chemical Industry Companies Will Receive Environmental Pollution Inspection  ( 2010-9-6 )
  • Fujitsu Says Green IT Services Can Cut Bills by 20 Percent  ( 2010-9-3 )
  • Hitachi's Corporate Propaganda Strategy Promotes Environmental Harmony  ( 2010-9-3 )
  • Green Home Environmental Journalists Salon in September  ( 2010-9-3 )
  • E China to reduce dyeing capacity for environmental protection  ( 2010-9-2 )
  • The First World Emerging Industries Summit Held in Changchun  ( 2010-9-2 )
  • Electrical Equipment Industry Released Green and Low-carbon Declaration  ( 2010-9-2 )
  • China Environmental Awareness Program Achievements Exchanging Conference  ( 2010-9-1 )
  • HP's Network seminar held for helping SMB to enhance green competitiveness  ( 2010-9-1 )
  • 6 Chinese, American enterprises establish new-energy vehicle alliance  ( 2010-9-1 )
  • China Green Carbon Sink Fund Established to Address Climate Change  ( 2010-9-1 )
  • Green Energy Enterprises from Norway Cooperate with Chinese Enterprises on Environmental Protection  ( 2010-9-1 )
  • The Low-carbon Forest of China Air-conditioning Industry Established in Beijing  ( 2010-8-26 )
  • TMC Announces Fifth Toyota Environmental Action Plan  ( 2010-8-26 )
  • Almost Half of Transport Companies Didn't Address Climate Change Impact  ( 2010-8-25 )
  • Shenzhen Establishes the First Low-Carbon Headquarters Base to Support Low-carbon Industry  ( 2010-8-25 )
  • 2010  ( 2010-8-24 )
  • 15 Green Light Industry Projects Were Signed in Nanchang  ( 2010-8-23 )
  • AUO Announces the World's First Carbon Footprint Verification on Its PV Module  ( 2010-8-23 )
  • Third round of climate change talks start in Bonn, Germany  ( 2010-8-4 )
  • China Newsweek Held the 2010 China Low-carbon Development Forum  ( 2010-8-20 )
  • China's 11th 5-Year Plan Aims to Reduce 1.5 Billion Tons of CO2 by 2010  ( 2010-8-19 )
  • China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group Would Help the "Two-Oriented" Society Construction of Wuhan  ( 2010-8-19 )
  • The British Government Introduced a Series of Green Policies on Energy Saving and Emission  ( 2010-8-18 )
  • Beijing Electronics Industry Built "Circular" Union for a Green Industry  ( 2010-8-17 )
  • 102 Companies in Changsha Issued "Green Declaration"  ( 2010-8-16 )
  • A Hundred of Famous Enterprises Signed the "Green Housing Convention"  ( 2010-8-16 )
  • Transport sector ‘running on fumes’ as demand for oil and alternative energy accelerates  ( 2010-8-13 )
  • China will hold the "Green Expo" to promote the development of green economy  ( 2010-8-13 )
  • Hong Kong firstly set "Green Enterprise Award" to promote environmental protection  ( 2010-8-13 )
  • 2O1O Listed Companies CSR Reports and SRI Summit  ( 2010-8-13 )
  • TGI Sustainability Assessment Helps You to Build Green Value Chain  ( 2010-8-12 )
  • 34 NGOs Released the Heavy Metals Pollution of IT Industry Research Report  ( 2010-8-12 )
  • NDRC Carries out the First Low-carbon Pilots in FiveProvinces and Eight Cities  ( 2010-8-11 )
  • Lotte promoting "green" at World Expo in Shanghai  ( 2010-8-11 )
  • Energy Sving and Emission Reduction Will Be Promoted by Marketization during the 12th-five-year Plan  ( 2010-8-10 )
  • CIGI Chair Jim Balsillie appointed to U.N. High-level Panel on Global Sustainability  ( 2010-8-10 )
  • World Bank lends $75m to Peruvian Govt. for sustainable environmental growth  ( 2010-8-10 )
  • "Small" Home Appliances Can Play an Important Role in Low-carbon Area  ( 2010-8-9 )
  • Institute for Environment and Developm Recruits An Climate Change Officer  ( 2010-9-9 )
  • Central Enterprises Invested RMB 8.8 Million for Energy Saving and Emission Reduction in 2009  ( 2010-8-4 )
  • China Paper Industry Sustainable Development Forum 2010 Concerned about "Low-carbon Path"  ( 2010-8-3 )
  • Philips Participates "1000 Villages Plan" of the Climate Group  ( 2010-8-3 )
  • "1st Global Green Economy and Fortune Forum" Held in Beijing  ( 2010-8-2 )
  • Guizhou Energy Saving Research Institute Funding Conference Held  ( 2010-8-2 )
  • 2010 Guiyang Ecological Civilization Conference Reached "2010 Guiyang Consensus"  ( 2010-8-2 )
  • To speed up green and low-carbon transition of real estate  ( 2010-7-29 )
  • 2010 World Expo: Seeing Corporate Creative Environmental Protection Concept from Coca-Cola Pavilion  ( 2010-7-28 )
  • BASIC meeting ends without consensus on climate change  ( 2010-7-27 )
  • CEF July and August Meetings--Local Climate Action and Lake Tai  ( 2010-7-27 )
  • Wal-Mart Is Picking up Standards for Suppliers' Carbon Footprint  ( 2010-7-26 )
  • The Best Low Carbon Business in China: Suning Appliance Establishes Green Industry Chain  ( 2010-7-23 )
  • CBI calls for a global cap-and-trade scheme  ( 2010-7-23 )
  • Environmental Tax Aims to Bring the Enthusiasm into Environmental Protection  ( 2010-7-23 )
  • Environmental NGOs Firstly Appeared on an Alifest to Convey the Concept of CSR and Environmental Protection  ( 2010-7-22 )
  • Ping An was Awarded as the "Best Low-carbon Business in China"  ( 2010-7-22 )
  • Global Environment Facility’s Honorary Day at Shanghai World Expo  ( 2010-7-21 )
  • Continuous alarms to Chinese listed companies might promote the industry to a intensive model  ( 2010-7-21 )
  • Pollution Ccontrol Certification Promoted by China an 0fficially launched  ( 2010-7-20 )
  • Tesco nets Lenovo for IT product recycling project  ( 2010-7-19 )
  • Baidu puts low-carbon concept into practices and its new building saves electricity by 40% a year  ( 2010-7-19 )
  • Green Home Environmental Journalists Salon July  ( 2010-7-19 )
  • Ministry of Environmental Protection: strike out remediation of heavy metal pollution  ( 2010-7-16 )
  • Wal-Mart accused by Greenpeace of its illegal sale of genetically modified rice  ( 2010-7-15 )
  • UPS offering the carbon-neutral delivery service  ( 2010-7-15 )
  • Public buildings taken into targets of energy-saving and emission reduction  ( 2010-7-15 )
  • CNOOC’s reaction to climate change  ( 2010-7-15 )
  • Annual environmental reports disclosure was required for listed companies  ( 2010-7-14 )
  • 9100 cubic meters of sewage leaking into the Ting River, environmental problems reoccurrented to Zijin Mining  ( 2010-7-13 )
  • NGOs first Guangzhou networking fair on the concept of environmental protection  ( 2010-7-13 )
  • China started emergent researches on global change by establishing 19 projects  ( 2010-7-12 )
  • Low-carbon, "green" environmental requirements from buyers are forced on suppliers  ( 2010-7-12 )
  • A book, "China's Overseas Investment in Environmental Policy" has been published  ( 2010-7-12 )
  • Over 120 Enterprises Accepted Environmental Protection Business Training  ( 2010-7-9 )
  • The FSC Certification for Printing Firms Initiates the Green Agitation of "Forest Package"  ( 2010-7-9 )
  • Colorful Environmental Assessment Guides Green Credit in Lianyungang  ( 2010-7-9 )
  • Ministry of Environmental Protection Announced the First Group of Cases with Supervision  ( 2010-7-8 )
  • Environmental Reviews on Polluting Industries "Low Quality"  ( 2010-7-8 )
  • Both Domestic and Overseas Enterprises Pursue the Environment Protection Industry Which Is Worth 70 Billion  ( 2010-7-5 )
  • Seminar on Environmental Protection Policy in the Overseas Investment of China Enterprises  ( 2010-7-1 )
  • If BP's Oil Leak Arrives in China-Discussing Environmental Protection Law in China  ( 2010-6-30 )
  • Lenovo's Chief Environmental Officer appears to enhance access to green foreign markets  ( 2010-6-29 )
  • Green Report Salon on June 29, 2010  ( 2010-6-29 )
  • Top IT firms turn eyes to dirty supply chain  ( 2010-6-28 )
  • First China Low Carbon Index Launched in Beijing  ( 2010-6-25 )
  • GTMC Pioneered to Implement Green Initiative on World Environment Day  ( 2010-6-8 )
  • Suzhou Piloted Environmental Pollution Liability Insurance  ( 2010-6-8 )
  • AUO Promotes Low-carbon Green Life on "6.5 World Environment Day"  ( 2010-6-7 )
  • Clean Energy, Energy Efficiency Investment and Corporate Practices Forum Held in Beijing  ( 2010-6-3 )
  • 98% Chinese Companies Recognized Environmental Protection  ( 2010-5-31 )
  • 11 Listed Compnaies Fail to Keep Promises of Environmental Protection  ( 2010-5-26 )
  • Clean Energy, Energy Efficiency Investment and Corporate Practices Forum  ( 2010-5-21 )
  • Wenzhou Bureau of Environmental Protection Discloses the Environment Evaluation on Enterprises  ( 2010-5-20 )
  • 54 Enterprises in Wuhan Attended Low Carbon Alliance  ( 2010-5-20 )
  • UNEP FI Recruits Regional Task Forces-Field-based Interships  ( 2010-5-19 )
  • Mingde Forum: Green to Gold——Business and Policy Thinking of Environment  ( 2010-5-18 )
  • Ministry of Environmental Protection Will Supervise Energy-saving and Emission Reduction Work  ( 2010-5-14 )
  • Biodiversity Book Launch and Inauguration of 2010 Biodiversity Week  ( 2010-5-14 )
  • Brithish Embassy Beijing Recruits a Climate Change and Engergy Project Manager  ( 2010-5-12 )
  • China May Start to Impose a Tax on the Carbon Emission around 2012  ( 2010-5-11 )
  • SASAC Asks Central Enterprises to Finish the Task of 11th Five-Year  ( 2010-5-11 )
  • Chinese Vice Premier calls for int'l cooperation on green economy  ( 2010-5-10 )
  • 8 Enterprises Get Tax Preferences for Purchasing Environmental Protection Special Equipments  ( 2010-5-7 )
  • GRI to Headline NASDAQ Sustainable Reporting Event  ( 2010-5-5 )
  • Oxfam Recruits a Programme Officer——Gender Equity  ( 2010-5-4 )
  • MIIT Sets out Environmental Protection Equipment Development Plan  ( 2010-4-30 )
  • Sony launches 'Road to Zero' environmental plan, sets 2015 mid-term targets  ( 2010-4-30 )
  • The 3rd World Environmental Conference to Continue Voice from Copenhagen  ( 2010-4-30 )
  • Silence after suppliers of brand-name electronics companies found to pollute environment  ( 2010-4-29 )
  • Listed Companies Should Try to Be Green Companies  ( 2010-4-27 )
  • More than Half of Waste Water Treatment Factories in Dongguan Having Bad Credit  ( 2010-4-27 )
  • Business Leaders Recommit to Power Green Economy at Seoul's B4E Summit  ( 2010-4-26 )
  • China's Top 100 Green Companies Unveiled on April 23  ( 2010-4-26 )
  • Innovative Solutions for Forest Conservation in Western China  ( 2010-4-23 )
  • CDP 2010 China Workshops Successfully Held in Shanghai and Beijing  ( 2010-4-22 )
  • Current greenhouse gas emissions trends will not deliver Obama’s US targets  ( 2010-4-22 )
  • India to Copy China's "Name and Shame" Database of Worst Polluters  ( 2010-4-15 )
  • Better Air Quality 2010 Calls for Abstracts  ( 2010-4-14 )
  • International Cooperation Forum on Green Economy and Addressing Climate Change  ( 2010-4-13 )
  • Carbon Diaclosure Project 2010 China Workshop  ( 2010-4-8 )
  • CAI-Asia Recruits An Transport Specialist  ( 2010-4-7 )
  • CAI-Asia Recruits An Administrative Assistant  ( 2010-4-7 )
  • 175 Listed Company of SSE Involved in Environmental violations  ( 2010-4-6 )
  • French Companies Are Willing to Help in Building Green Cities in China  ( 2010-4-2 )
  • UNDP and GEF Kick Off a Green Initiative to Protect the Environment and Combating Climate Change  ( 2010-3-29 )
  • The International Cooperation Conference on Green Economy Addressing Climate Change Will Be Held in Beijing  ( 2010-3-24 )
  • Green Report Salon in March  ( 2010-3-23 )
  • UNPRI to start lobbying on ESG regulation  ( 2010-3-22 )
  • Business for Environment Global Summit  ( 2010-3-19 )
  • Press Conference of China Environmental Green Paper--China Environmental Development Report( 2010)  ( 2010-3-18 )
  • 43 Enterprises Were Shut down in Kunming  ( 2010-3-17 )
  • Oxfam Recruits an Programme Officer-Gender Equity  ( 2010-3-16 )
  • Green fuels cause more harm than fossil fuels, according to report  ( 2010-3-12 )
  • Annual Summit of China Green Companies 2010  ( 2010-3-12 )
  • Carbon Disclosure Forum 2010  ( 2010-3-10 )
  • Shanxi Environmental Protection Bureau Talked with 13 Corporations Firstly  ( 2010-3-9 )
  • China Environment Forum March Meetings  ( 2010-3-9 )
  • Tongchuan will invest RMB 146 million to build green gallery  ( 2010-3-5 )
  • Environmental Protection Enterprises Will Get Awards of RMB 80,000  ( 2010-3-3 )
  • The First Proposal of Political Consultative Conference Greatly Supports Low-carbon Economy  ( 2010-3-2 )
  • China Will not Adopt Total Control Tax to Realize Emission Reduction Recently  ( 2010-2-26 )
  • Looming Water Crisis in China Threatens Growth, Report Says  ( 2010-2-26 )
  • 202 enterprises were fined over RMB10 million for their environmental pollution.  ( 2010-2-25 )
  • UN Climate Change Negotiations to Take Place April  ( 2010-2-24 )
  • China's Green Coal Power Will Devided into 3 Stages to Carry out  ( 2010-2-22 )
  • Mobile World Congress 2010 Talks about Green Development  ( 2010-2-18 )
  • Industrial Bank launches China's first low-carbon credit card in Beijing  ( 2010-2-16 )
  • China Publishes Census Results On Pollution Sources  ( 2010-2-16 )
  • Canada Auto Show features environment-friendly vehicles  ( 2010-2-16 )
  • Tesco Opens World’s First Zero Carbon Supermarket, Pledges $156 M to UK Green Economy  ( 2010-2-11 )
  • 34 non-government agencies issued a black list for Spring Festival shopping.  ( 2010-2-10 )
  • China Issues the First National Census of Pollution Sources  ( 2010-2-9 )
  • WWF Recruits a Director of the Species Programme(Beijing)  ( 2010-2-9 )
  • WWF Recruits AP (Accounts Payable) Accountant  ( 2010-2-9 )
  • More than 10 enterprises in Three-Gorges Reservoir of Chongqing were fined  ( 2010-2-8 )
  • Nanhai Corporations Signed Environmental Protection Letter of Commitment  ( 2010-2-5 )
  • Non-governmental Organization Released the Report of Climate Change and Extreme Weather  ( 2010-2-4 )
  • China Low Carbon Real Estate Summit Forum Held in Shanghai  ( 2010-2-4 )
  • CEF Event: US-China Cooperation to Reduce Black Carbon  ( 2010-2-4 )
  • February Environmental Reporter Sharon  ( 2010-2-2 )
  • Carbon management becomes key part of corporate supply chain strategy for major global companies  ( 2010-2-1 )
  • 50 VIP delegations Came and Experts Remarked on MBA Students' Career Plans  ( 2010-2-1 )
  • Companies Must Disclose Climate Risk  ( 2010-1-29 )
  • The 3rd World Environment Conference will be held in China  ( 2010-1-28 )
  • New pollution reduction targets listed  ( 2010-1-27 )
  • Seek for UK-China carbon market business partnerships  ( 2010-1-27 )
  • GEI Eco Entrepreneurship Training 2nd Round Starts  ( 2010-1-26 )
  • CSR Wednesday: 2010 Earth Hour & Experience sharing of Copenhagen conference  ( 2010-1-25 )
  • Guangxi Environmental Office Fined Tiankai Vanadium 700,000 for Emissons of Arsenic Exceeding Wastewater  ( 2010-1-21 )
  • China Institutional Investors and Environmental Company Competitiveness Award 2009  ( 2010-1-21 )
  • Water Resource Challenges in Southwest China's Karst Regions  ( 2010-1-19 )
  • The 3rd International Forum on China Environmental Investment  ( 2010-1-19 )
  • The Real Estate Summit held in Beijing and emphasized on Low Carbon Economy  ( 2010-1-18 )
  • CCF Speaker Event: Back from Copenhagen  ( 2010-1-18 )
  • Pudong Development Bank Turns to Be the First Low Carbon Bank in Beijng  ( 2010-1-15 )
  • Wal-mart China Low-carbon Community Education Started up  ( 2010-1-14 )
  • Beijing Environment Exchange Initiated China Carbon Neutral Alliance  ( 2010-1-12 )
  • Food labels to show 'carbon footprint' under Government plans  ( 2010-1-11 )
  • Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau Exposes 721 Enterprises on the Black List  ( 2010-1-11 )
  • Greenpeace China Recruits for 2 New Positions  ( 2010-1-11 )
  • Bank of China Provides the First Bank Guarantee on Carbon Emission for an Enterprise  ( 2010-1-5 )
  • The Large-scale Series of Thematic Event of "Expo Year, Emission Reduction and Inviting You in 2010" Launched  ( 2009-12-31 )
  • China's first environmental industry fund established  ( 2009-12-30 )
  • Mengniu was Selected as the Best Enterprises of Energy-saving and Emission Reduction  ( 2009-12-30 )
  • Community Enterprises Setting up an Environmental Fund  ( 2009-12-29 )
  • The Ninth China Economy Forum Was Held to Discuss Energy Saving and Emission Reduction  ( 2009-12-28 )
  • Investing in Energy-Efficient Buildings Can Reduce Emissions While Strengthening Portfolios  ( 2009-12-25 )
  • Three International Supermarket Got Lower Ranking on Green List  ( 2009-12-24 )
  • Social Drink-GEI Environmental Entrepreneurship Salon  ( 2009-12-23 )
  • Copenhagen climate conference ends in anticlimactic way  ( 2009-12-21 )
  • Guangxi Environmental Protection Department Join Hands with Banks to Promote Green Credit  ( 2009-12-18 )
  • CDP 2010 Calls for Investor Signatories  ( 2009-12-18 )
  • Corporate Carbon Footprints – Is the corporate world doing enough?  ( 2009-12-15 )
  • Air China begins to use database of energy saving and emission reduction  ( 2009-12-15 )
  • Coca Cola CEO says supports global climate deal  ( 2009-12-14 )
  • Global postal industry sets 20% carbon reduction target by 2020  ( 2009-12-14 )
  • Shanxi Imposed EMB 10 million Fine on Environmental Protection in 2009  ( 2009-12-14 )
  • Carbon Tax May Start in 2012  ( 2009-12-14 )
  • Workshop for Green Leap——New Strategy for Sustainable Development  ( 2009-12-11 )
  • SG expects "robust agreement" at climate change summit in Copenhagen  ( 2009-12-10 )
  • Low Carbon Impacts on Automobile Industry and State Subsidy May Launch on March  ( 2009-12-9 )
  • EPA Announces Endangerment Findings on Greenhouse Gas Emissions  ( 2009-12-9 )
  • Fujitsu Expands Green IT Initiative Globally  ( 2009-12-8 )
  • Shanghai Environment and Energy Exchange Starts the Pilot for Carbon Intensity Standard  ( 2009-12-8 )
  • Walmart Stores to Receive 2010 World Environment Center Gold Medal  ( 2009-12-8 )
  • UN Climate Change Conference Opens As World Eyes Global Warming Deal  ( 2009-12-8 )
  • Hebei Province examines the implemention of green credit policy by financial institutions  ( 2009-12-7 )
  • Ginsber Beer Company was Titled with Jilin Environmental Friendly Enterprise  ( 2009-12-7 )
  • Fuyang emphasizes on emission reduction index while evaluating enterprises  ( 2009-11-30 )
  • The new energy and energy-saving environmental protection industry of Anhui province will break the goal of RMB 100 billion by 2015  ( 2009-11-30 )
  • China announces targets on carbon emission cuts  ( 2009-11-27 )
  • CDP China Report 2009 Launched in Beijing  ( 2009-11-25 )
  • Corporations are Failing to Recognize Adaptation in Their Climate Change Strategy  ( 2009-11-24 )
  • IBM cooperates with ENN Group to develop Low Carbon Economy  ( 2009-11-24 )
  • Guangdong Starts the Pilot Program of Low Carbon Economy  ( 2009-11-23 )
  • Jiangxi Puts Ample Reward on Pollutant Emission Reduction  ( 2009-11-23 )
  • Kunming Launched Enterprises's Environmental Pollution liability insurance  ( 2009-11-23 )
  • Guangdong will Rate Enterprises’ Environment Credit:No loan for Serious Polluted Enterprises  ( 2009-11-20 )
  • China meeting calls to fight against global warming  ( 2009-11-20 )
  • China raises price of electricity for non-residential use  ( 2009-11-20 )
  • CDP launches a global water disclosure project to raise business awareness of water-related risk  ( 2009-11-19 )
  • GSMA launches Green Manifesto at Mobile Asia Congress  ( 2009-11-19 )
  • The 2nd China International Forum on Green Developmen Held in Beijing  ( 2009-11-19 )
  • D-Link Issues Green Logistics Policy for Vendor Compliance Sets Forth Supplier Guidelines  ( 2009-11-18 )
  • 2009 Bayer-Tongji-UNEP Sustainable Development Forum - Facing the Changing Climate Held in Shanghai  ( 2009-11-18 )
  • EU will charge for carbon emission and Chinese airlines are forced to the green track  ( 2009-11-18 )
  • China, U.S. agree transition to green, low-carbon economy essential  ( 2009-11-18 )
  • The Coca-Cola Company Begins Global Launch of Innovative PlantBottle  ( 2009-11-17 )
  • Chinese Civil Society on Climate Change Released by 7 NGOs  ( 2009-11-17 )
  • Addressing Climate Change by Developing Green Building  ( 2009-11-17 )
  • CDP China Report 2009 Launch & Low Carbon Economy and Financial Innovation Forum  ( 2009-11-17 )
  • Youth Leadership Program Report Conference  ( 2009-11-13 )
  • Forbes Names America's Top Toxic Cities  ( 2009-11-11 )
  • Energy watchdog warns price of CO2 must double  ( 2009-11-11 )
  • The Walt Disney Company Devotes to Protect Forest Resources  ( 2009-11-10 )
  • JohnsonDiversey Announces Commitment to Triple Its Absolute Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2013  ( 2009-11-10 )
  • KEPCO builds greener, smarter future  ( 2009-11-10 )
  • China's energy-saving, environmental protection industry has bright prospect  ( 2009-11-9 )
  • The First Green Mines of China  ( 2009-11-9 )
  • State Forestry Administration released the Forestry Action Plan on Climate Change  ( 2009-11-9 )
  • Information Disclosure of Pollutants Demands Compulsory Measures  ( 2009-11-9 )
  • Global Business Leaders, Policy Makers, and NGOs Convene to Drive China's Greentech Market  ( 2009-11-6 )
  • China and South Korean develop the pilot project of environmental management of enterprises  ( 2009-11-5 )
  • Giant responded to the controversy about its green Internet game  ( 2009-11-5 )
  • 2009 World Low Carbon and Eco-economy Conference &Technical Exposition  ( 2009-11-4 )
  • U.N. needs more muscle in environment fight -study  ( 2009-11-3 )
  • Cleantech Forum XXVI — San Francisco  ( 2009-11-3 )
  • 2009 Hurun Low Carbon Rich List Released  ( 2009-11-3 )
  • China steps up climate diplomacy as Copenhagen looms  ( 2009-11-2 )
  • Business for Environment Global Summit  ( 2009-11-2 )
  • SynTao Joins Volkswagen's Green Journey 2009  ( 2009-10-30 )
  • New Alliance between Intertek’s China Center for Labor and Environment and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council Built  ( 2009-10-29 )
  • Real estate industry  ( 2009-10-28 )
  • Computers are given green lives by HP  ( 2009-10-26 )
  • EU promotes smart metering in fight against global warming  ( 2009-10-21 )
  • Tesco sets goal to be zero-carbon business by 2050  ( 2009-10-21 )
  • Chinese experts map out low carbon city strategy  ( 2009-10-21 )
  • The 7th Annual Conference of China Soft Science  ( 2009-10-21 )
  • UN to set up low carbon economy center in Tianjin  ( 2009-10-20 )
  • the catering industry  ( 2009-10-19 )
  • Environmental protection output to exceed 1 trillion yuan  ( 2009-9-1 )
  • Carbon emission trading to become China's new financial product  ( 2009-8-28 )
  • Legislature takes urgent action in climate change fight  ( 2009-8-28 )
  • Yunnan carried out the training of corporate environmental responsibility  ( 2009-8-26 )
  • Guangzhou to solve back smoke bus problem before Asian Games  ( 2009-8-26 )
  • Emissions Reduction Targets of Largest Companies Fail to Meet Scientific Standards  ( 2009-8-26 )
  • Britain to take back toxic waste from Brazil  ( 2009-7-21 )
  • Beijing Gaoantun garbage dump officially opens to citizens to check their efforts of governing  ( 2009-7-10 )
  • The flourish of lead and zinc industry compring with the severe pollution of Bijiang river in Yunnan  ( 2009-7-10 )
  • Let clean economy begin, global companies urge government leaders  ( 2009-7-7 )
  • Indo-Italian International Conference on Emerging Trends in Waste Management Technologies Calling for Papers  ( 2009-7-6 )
  • Cement companies reduce climate impacts by slowing CO2 emissions growth, new data shows  ( 2009-7-6 )
  • HP, Lenovo and Dell were accused of breaking environmental commitments and containing toxicants in products  ( 2009-7-6 )
  • State Environmental Protection Department trained business environment supervisors in Datong  ( 2009-6-29 )
  • A Vote to Put the U.S. on a Low Carbon Path  ( 2009-6-29 )
  • MIT Report Analyzes Best Paths to Cut Carbon Emissions at Existing Coal Plants  ( 2009-6-22 )
  • The Accumulation of Sludge Causes Ptential Environment Damage and Guangdong Province Plans to Bring the Cost into Sewage Disposal Fee System  ( 2009-6-22 )
  • Center Owned Enterprises Should Play a Leading Role in Energy-saving and Emission-reduction  ( 2009-6-19 )
  • Make 'Green Industries' New Growth Engine for Economy, says Chinese vice premier  ( 2009-6-19 )
  • NASDAQ OMX and CRD Analytics Launch New Index Tracking Corporate Sustainability Performance  ( 2009-6-19 )
  • Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States  ( 2009-6-19 )
  • Water in Africa — Business turns on the tap  ( 2009-6-19 )
  • Green sector 'bigger employer than polluting industries'  ( 2009-6-18 )
  • National Audit Office of the People's Republic of China (CNAO) Released the No. 9 Audit Report of 2009  ( 2009-6-18 )
  • Greening Ningxia  ( 2009-6-18 )
  • DNV Sustainability Centre opens in Beijing  ( 2009-6-17 )
  • Survey Says Green Professionals are Well Paid, Happy and Have Job Security  ( 2009-6-17 )
  • Major shift in US climate policy sparks hope for global treaty  ( 2009-6-17 )
  • GM Appeal College Students to Join the Activities of Environmental Protection  ( 2009-6-17 )
  • Clean Growth  ( 2009-6-17 )
  • Supply Chain Impells Corporations to Reduce Emissions and Save Energy  ( 2009-6-16 )
  • China First Heavy Industries Was Charged 200,000 for Its Environmental Illegal Activities  ( 2009-6-16 )
  • June 18th and 19th Meetings Held By CEF  ( 2009-6-16 )
  • Businesses Urged to Embrace 'Green Innovation'  ( 2009-6-16 )
  • Can the Green Consumer Single–handedly Save the Planet?  ( 2009-6-16 )
  • CARE 2009 AGM - Call for papers‏  ( 2009-6-15 )
  • GE Ultra-pure Water System Project Won Ecomagination Leadership Award  ( 2009-6-15 )
  • Green Beijing Forum: Building a "Green Beijing" to Promote Sustainable Development  ( 2009-6-15 )
  • Environmental Protection Department Suspended Approval of All Construction Projects of China Huaneng Group and China Huadian Corporation  ( 2009-6-15 )
  • The National Youth "Golden Ideas" of Energy-saving Emission Reduction Competition Started in Beijing  ( 2009-6-12 )
  • Airlines call for CO2 targets, climate fund  ( 2009-6-12 )
  • China in Action on Climate Change  ( 2009-6-12 )
  • Guangdong Published Results of Pollution Reduction of 2008, Foshan, Zhongshan, Shenzhen Ranked the Top Three  ( 2009-6-11 )
  • The New Version of "Henan Water Permits and Water Resources Management Practices Charges" Will Come into Effect on July 1  ( 2009-6-11 )
  • China's Economic Development Model Is to Speed Up the "Turn Green"  ( 2009-6-11 )
  • China to Offer Subsidy for Green Lighting Products  ( 2009-6-11 )
  • C-estbon Started "the Responsibility of China Green Action"  ( 2009-6-11 )
  • Chinese Will Change Hummer to "Fuel-efficient Vehicles" for the Environment  ( 2009-6-11 )
  • China commentary chides rich nations on climate change  ( 2009-6-5 )
  • Japanese companies lead in responding to challenge of Climate Change  ( 2009-5-30 )
  • Beijing to raise water prices this year - report  ( 2009-5-12 )
  • Please join the China Environment Forum for Seeing Through the Smog: Promoting Sino-U.S. Cooperation on Air Quality, Environmental Health, and Climate Change  ( 2009-5-12 )
  • Louisville Sustainability Forum  ( 2009-5-6 )
  • the government will provide financial subsidies in the next two years for high-performance air conditioners, refrigerators and other ten products  ( 2009-5-6 )
  • "The bees • public health" the first program of outreach activities NGO projects  ( 2009-5-5 )
  • Green Man-China energy saving and environmental protection activities starts in Beijing  ( 2009-5-5 )
  • Heilongjiang EPB refuses to disclose pollution violations, creating controversy  ( 2009-4-30 )
  • Zhou Shengxian: accelerating 13 high polluted industries eliminating  ( 2009-4-23 )
  • Three Stand Trial for Lake Pollution in SW. China  ( 2009-4-17 )
  • The first Deal of Emissions Trade in Hangzhou  ( 2009-4-16 )
  • Risk and Opportunity, Managing Climate Change Impacts: Carbon Disclosure Forum 2009  ( 2009-3-13 )
  • Chemical Pollution Cuts off Tap Water in Jiangsu  ( 2009-2-21 )
  • Support Earth Hour initiative  ( 2009-1-24 )
  • 3rd Yangtze Forum Corporate Sub-forum  ( 2009-1-24 )
  • Edible Christmas Cards  ( 2008-12-28 )
  • Climate Change Capital to spend $732 mln in China  ( 2008-11-21 )
  • Huawei Reinforces Commitment to Environmental Protection with GeSI Membership  ( 2008-11-19 )
  • Protestors block garbage plant over pollution concerns  ( 2008-11-12 )
  • Master Kong Water Creativity Competition  ( 2008-11-11 )
  • UN announces Beijing Declaration on climate change  ( 2008-11-10 )
  • UK unveils CO2 footprint standard  ( 2008-11-5 )
  • Green Policies in California Generated Jobs, Study Finds  ( 2008-10-28 )
  • Coming clean on carbon  ( 2008-10-25 )
  • eBay will ban ivory products worldwide  ( 2008-10-22 )
  • Beijing dangles bonus for firms to cut pollution  ( 2008-10-20 )
  • China's tianjin approved to trade CO2 discharge right  ( 2008-10-19 )
  • World Leader in Natural Cork Products Announces 2007 Sustainability Report  ( 2008-10-17 )
  • End use of fossil fuels in 20 years, UK warned  ( 2008-10-16 )
  • Polluting smelters shut down  ( 2008-10-15 )
  • World Bank raised 6.1 billion to the changes of climate in developing countries  ( 2008-10-14 )
  • The fourth China Forum on Environment and Development to hold in Beijing  ( 2008-10-14 )
  • Electronic bills pushed out for environmental protection  ( 2008-10-14 )
  • Silicon Valley Green Teams Push Eco-Friendly Initiatives  ( 2008-10-14 )
  • Pepsi Bottling Group Cuts 16,000 Tons of Plastic in 2007  ( 2008-10-14 )
  • Green Journalist Salon in Octorber  ( 2008-10-14 )
  • Green Inc.: Conservation Organizations Compromised By Corporate Dollars  ( 2008-10-13 )
  • Praxair Selected for Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index  ( 2008-10-13 )
  • Developing countries need stronger support to adapt to climate change: China  ( 2008-10-12 )
  • World Forum Lille continues to call real actions to achieve sustainable development  ( 2008-10-12 )
  • Wal-Mart’s Packaging Scorecard Drives Sustainability, Cuts GHG Emissions  ( 2008-10-11 )
  • EU ready to modify aviation emission rules for global deals  ( 2008-10-11 )
  • an irresistible general trend of technology on low carbon  ( 2008-9-25 )
  • MAJOR CORPORATIONS REQUEST CLARITY ON CLIMATE CHANGE REGULATION  ( 2008-9-22 )
  • "Green responsibility list"asked for corporate environmental responsibility  ( 2008-8-30 )
  • Toyota among six companies to join UN scheme to cut greenhouse gas emissions  ( 2008-8-20 )
  • Plant accused of river spills  ( 2008-7-21 )
  • Authority bans floating restaurants to protect famous crab lake  ( 2008-7-18 )
  • Electronics get official green light  ( 2008-7-12 )
  • TOTO offer 5 million RMB to set up a special fund for water environment  ( 2008-7-10 )
  • Clearing the Air: How Companies Operate in a Climate-conscious Era  ( 2008-6-23 )
  • Nyrstar higher on increased capacity of jv's battery recycling ops  ( 2008-6-19 )
  • Lenovo Launches Asset Recovery Service  ( 2008-6-19 )
  • Small Businesses Reducing Energy Costs  ( 2008-6-19 )
  • Sustainability And Economy Behind Plant Renovations  ( 2008-6-19 )
  • EPEAT Reports Large Environmental And Financial Benefits  ( 2008-6-19 )
  • French retailer in green labelling initiative  ( 2008-6-17 )
  • Toyota to Provide 78 Hybrid, Other Vehicles to G8 Summit  ( 2008-6-17 )
  • U.S. e-waste put under Greenpeace spotlight  ( 2008-6-17 )
  • Disposable chopsticks phased out  ( 2008-6-12 )
  • China to monitor makeshift indoor environment in quake-hit areas  ( 2008-6-11 )
  • Website on renewable resources trade launched in Suzhou  ( 2008-6-11 )
  • ADB funding energy efficiency program in S China  ( 2008-6-6 )
  • Efforts to bring renewable energy to remote villages honoured by UN  ( 2008-6-6 )
  • Consumer Reports Offers Tips to Beat The Heat While Trimming Energy Bills in Tough Times  ( 2008-6-4 )
  • Best Buy test drives new electronics recycling initiative  ( 2008-6-4 )
  • Beijing issued first penalty after ban on free plastic bags  ( 2008-6-3 )
  • GE Water Solution to Help Elion Chemical Co. Protect China's Yellow River from Pollution  ( 2008-5-31 )
  • Indonesia says to cut energy sector emissions 17 pct  ( 2008-5-27 )
  • Supermarkets setplastic bag prices  ( 2008-5-27 )
  • Joint efforts urged to slash use of plastic shopping bags at G8 environment meeting  ( 2008-5-26 )
  • Some biofuel crops could become invasive species: experts  ( 2008-5-26 )
  • World Bank to raise US$5.5b  ( 2008-5-26 )
  • IBM launches carbon calculator  ( 2008-5-24 )
  • EPA recognizes AMD with the 2008 Climate Protection Award  ( 2008-5-23 )
  • Chemical Factory Risk to Quake Victims  ( 2008-5-22 )
  • $149,990 donation for Green Olympics  ( 2008-5-22 )
  • New vision of climate change through Google Earth  ( 2008-5-22 )
  • China Development Bank offers $82 mln loan for Taihu water improvement  ( 2008-5-12 )
  • Oxfam Shops Turned Into 'Boutiques'  ( 2008-5-10 )
  • World carbon trading value doubles  ( 2008-5-10 )
  • Global biz leaders call for action on water crisis  ( 2008-5-10 )
  • NGO Leaders Discuss Critical Issues And Strategies For Influencing Global Decision Making At World Environment Center Colloquium  ( 2008-5-7 )
  • Enel buys $232 mln carbon credits from Wuhan Steel  ( 2008-5-7 )
  • HP and State of California Initiate Environmental Printing Program with Goal to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 500 Tons per Year  ( 2008-5-7 )
  • Worldwide Postal Services To Go Green With UN Help  ( 2008-5-7 )
  • Exxon Mobil to test carbon-capture technology  ( 2008-5-6 )
  • Green transparency  ( 2008-5-5 )
  • ADB plans for greener buildings  ( 2008-5-5 )
  • China limits pollutant emissions from fertilizer producers  ( 2008-5-2 )
  • Advanced Circuits Honored With 5th Gold Award From Metro Wastewater Reclamation District  ( 2008-5-1 )
  • StatoilHydro starts CO2 injections from Snohvit  ( 2008-4-30 )
  • Planning regulation to be ready by year end  ( 2008-4-28 )
  • HK to introduce tax cuts for environment-friendly facilities  ( 2008-4-28 )
  • Taigang Steel, Camco reach carbon deal  ( 2008-4-25 )
  • Price Sensitivity of Environmentally-Friendly Products  ( 2008-4-24 )
  • In China, Hybrids Prove To Be A Tough Sell  ( 2008-4-21 )
  • Growing Up Green  ( 2008-4-20 )
  • For CEOs, Eco Issues No Longer On 'Fringe'  ( 2008-4-20 )
  • China Environmental Certification Institution (CEC) Recognizes Boston-Power's Commitment to Environmental Responsibility  ( 2008-4-17 )
  • Watering JV for a clean environment  ( 2008-4-17 )
  • Greenpeace Business Lecture Series  ( 2008-4-16 )
  • Toxic 100 Fingers DuPont As Top Polluter  ( 2008-4-16 )
  • Beijing issues measures to protect air quality during Games  ( 2008-4-15 )
  • China issues standard to curb greenhouse gas emissions  ( 2008-4-14 )
  • Shanghai plans China IV emissions standard in 2009  ( 2008-4-13 )
  • Shell Will Freeze EU Investments Over Emissions Permits  ( 2008-4-13 )
  • Bezier makes environmental push with new CSR manager  ( 2008-4-11 )
  • Tougher environmental laws may cost Xstrata $100m  ( 2008-4-10 )
  • Green groups oppose World Bank's India coal plant  ( 2008-4-9 )
  • KPMG claims six industry sectors should be on alert over climate change risks  ( 2008-4-9 )
  • East China province gives ultimatum to polluters before Olympics  ( 2008-4-8 )
  • Calculator puts people in know on emissions  ( 2008-4-7 )
  • Konica Minolta Reaches Zero-Emissions Goal  ( 2008-4-7 )
  • UN Body Nears Agreeing Ship Pollutant Limits  ( 2008-4-7 )
  • DuPont Sued Over Polluting Plants Sold to Invista  ( 2008-4-4 )
  • Sodexo Calculates Environmental Savings of Recycled Paper  ( 2008-3-28 )
  • Toyota Joins Audubon in Latest Corporate-NGO Partnership  ( 2008-3-31 )
  • EPA Helps Small Businesses Bring Green Technologies to Market  ( 2008-3-31 )
  • CDM Rulebook Launched By Baker & McKenzie  ( 2008-3-31 )
  • Google UK turned the lights out for Earth Hour  ( 2008-3-31 )
  • China to Probe Online Text Message Spam  ( 2008-3-27 )
  • Corporations Turn to Students for Inspiration  ( 2008-3-24 )
  • Wal-Mart Introduces Its Most Energy Efficient Store  ( 2008-3-20 )
  • ChemChina makes headway in waste water treatment  ( 2008-3-19 )
  • Guangdong to Ban Vehicles with Nonstandard Emission  ( 2008-3-19 )
  • Barclays To Cut Data Center Energy Use With HP Tech  ( 2008-3-18 )
  • Pepsi Center First U.S. Arena To Offset 100% Of Electricity Used  ( 2008-3-18 )
  • Big Business Talks Green At WSJ’s ECO:nomics Conference  ( 2008-3-17 )
  • UK authority pulls ads about Malaysian palm oil after environmentalists complain  ( 2008-3-17 )
  • Clean Water Forum: Technology and Ideas for a Sustainable Water Program in China  ( 2008-3-14 )
  • Lamor and Swire Unite to Create a New Concept in Oil Spill Response and Ocean Clean Up Capability  ( 2008-3-12 )
  • Food crisis will take hold before climate change, warns chief scientist  ( 2008-3-11 )
  • Solar Energy Firms Leave Waste Behind in China  ( 2008-3-11 )
  • Going green is taxing business  ( 2008-3-11 )
  • Green Cars on Display in Geneva  ( 2008-3-10 )
  • British Government Pulls Plug On Bottled Water  ( 2008-3-10 )
  • Investors File 54 Global Warming-Related Shareholder Resolutions  ( 2008-3-10 )
  • Toshiba Announces New Environmental Targets, Eco-Label  ( 2008-3-10 )
  • Environmental safeguards affordable: OECD  ( 2008-3-10 )
  • Conditions ripe for levying environmental tax in China  ( 2008-3-9 )
  • Greenpeace Joins Chinese City in Environmental Drive  ( 2008-3-9 )
  • Alcoa Launches New Website on Aluminum Beverage Can Recycling  ( 2008-3-8 )
  • Beijing starts census of 90,000 pollution sources  ( 2008-3-8 )
  • Saving Water for Beijing's Future Forum  ( 2008-3-7 )
  • Fiat System Tracks Driver Habits  ( 2008-3-7 )
  • Rivers Around Victoria Lake Basin Is Drying Up  ( 2008-3-6 )
  • Chongqing Exposal 26 Pollution Source of Air  ( 2008-3-4 )
  • Chinese Biggest Plastic Shopping Bag Production Company Dissolution  ( 2008-3-4 )
  • Yahoo Launches ‘Green Screen’ Energy-Use Monitor  ( 2008-3-4 )
  • China's Tangshan Mulls Move As City Cleans Air  ( 2008-3-4 )
  • Tougher law to curb water pollution  ( 2008-3-1 )
  • Major UK Retailer to Charge for Bags  ( 2008-3-1 )
  • China's Largest Plastic Bag Manufacturer Closes amid Environment Drive  ( 2008-2-26 )
  • China Targets Company Executives in Fight against Pollution  ( 2008-2-26 )
  • World's Environment Ministers Meet to Mobilize Global Green Economy  ( 2008-2-25 )
  • Virgin flies first biofuel-powered jumbo jetliner  ( 2008-2-25 )
  • GM’s Bob Lutz: Global Warming Is A ‘Crock Of Shit’  ( 2008-2-25 )
  • South China Province Blacklists Heavy Polluters  ( 2008-2-23 )
  • Dow Water Solutions Help to Reuse Wastewater in Beijing  ( 2008-2-23 )
  • Beijing to Close 40 Heavy Polluters for Improved Air Quality  ( 2008-2-22 )
  • Vietnam to host eco-product int'l fair for the first time  ( 2008-2-21 )
  • Norway Mall Offers Shoppers Greenhouse Gas Credits  ( 2008-2-20 )
  • Chemical plants to be moved out of city  ( 2008-2-19 )
  • HP Joins WWF Climate Savers Program, Pledges Further Reductions in Emissions and Energy Consumption  ( 2008-2-18 )
  • Shoppers Fret More Over Food Packaging Waste - Poll  ( 2008-2-18 )
  • True scale of C0₂emissions from shipping revealed  ( 2008-2-18 )
  • Cars sold in Beijing to meet new emission standards  ( 2008-2-17 )
  • 12 big firms sign declaration to fight global warming  ( 2008-2-17 )
  • Dazhong Recycles Old Mobile Phones  ( 2008-2-8 )
  • China issues draft standards on plastic shopping bags  ( 2008-2-8 )
  • Top chefs to lobby restaurants on sustainable fish menus  ( 2008-2-7 )
  • Major Corporations Cooperate For Sustainability  ( 2008-2-3 )
  • Wal-Mart Rolls Out Packaging Scorecard  ( 2008-2-3 )
  • Breckland wins Green Apple award  ( 2008-1-29 )
  • The polluter pays: 30,000 tonne oil disaster costs French firm €200m  ( 2008-1-29 )
  • Sanyo Sells Environment-friendly Battery In China  ( 2008-1-28 )
  • Workshop on Plastic Bag Ban(January 29th)  ( 2008-1-28 )
  • LifeSize Unveils LifeSize® PlanetWise™ and Announces Global Partnership With The Climate Group  ( 2008-1-28 )
  • Carbon Disclosure Project to assess world business CO2 footprint  ( 2008-1-28 )
  • 496 Paper Companies In Hunan Were Closed  ( 2008-1-27 )
  • Samsung Heavy Shares Responsibility for Oil Spill  ( 2008-1-26 )
  • Chrysler Testing Trees To Clean Contaminated Site  ( 2008-1-26 )
  • China Environment Forum-Woodrow Wilson Center(For Febuary)  ( 2008-1-25 )
  • Huawei promises green mobile base stations  ( 2008-1-24 )
  • Whole Foods getting rid of plastic bags in all stores  ( 2008-1-24 )
  • Ceremony to launch WWF China’s Low Carbon City Initiative  ( 2008-1-24 )
  • Announcing the 10th event in the Global Carbon Markets series  ( 2008-1-24 )
  • "Green Choice Public Mutual Platform" Newconference  ( 2008-1-22 )
  • Chinese firm's biogas project put into operation in Malaysia  ( 2008-1-20 )
  • Accenture Joins United Nations Global Compact  ( 2008-1-18 )
  • TerraPass Launches Innovative Carbon Balanced Business Program  ( 2008-1-18 )
  • Web Site Tracks China's Pollution Levels  ( 2008-1-18 )
  • Hong Kong Exchange Plans Emissions Trading Center  ( 2008-1-17 )
  • MGM cleans up in carbon trading  ( 2008-1-17 )
  • the Inaugural Biodiversity & Ecosystem Finance Summit 2008  ( 2008-1-16 )
  • UTC expands partnership with Conservation International on China reforestation project  ( 2008-1-15 )
  • Computer recycling programme launched  ( 2008-1-15 )
  • NYMEX and Other Majors Form Green Exchange  ( 2008-1-15 )
  • Abbott Goes 'Carbon Neutral' With U.S. Fleet  ( 2008-1-14 )
  • Heinz Releases 2007 CSR Report  ( 2008-1-12 )
  • Travelodge builds recyclable hotel  ( 2008-1-11 )
  • Nike Markets Air Jordan As Eco-Friendly  ( 2008-1-11 )
  • HP Pledges To Cut PC Power Consumption 25%  ( 2008-1-11 )
  • P&G’s Green Goals Criticized  ( 2008-1-10 )
  • There are still three multinational corporations break environment rules  ( 2008-1-9 )
  • Media Campaign Wrestles with Environment Violations  ( 2008-1-9 )
  • GM unveils eco-friendly concept Cadillac  ( 2008-1-9 )
  • PwC Steers Employees Towards Greener Cars  ( 2008-1-9 )
  • UK coal-fired power station gets green light  ( 2008-1-9 )
  • Canon Creates ‘Generation Green’ Brand To Market Green Products  ( 2008-1-9 )
  • Sierra Club sues Shell over refinery pollution  ( 2008-1-9 )
  • S&P Launches Global Eco Index  ( 2008-1-8 )
  • CES Pushing Green Message  ( 2008-1-8 )
  • FFI China Programme Office is Seeking a Project Assistant and a Country Programme Office Administrative Assistant  ( 2008-1-7 )
  • CES: Electronics industry getting into the green swing of things  ( 2008-1-7 )
  • Environment tax plans under appraisal  ( 2008-1-7 )
  • McDonald's Uses Restaurants as Green Laboratories  ( 2008-1-5 )
  • Industrial Water Reuse Key To Sustainability  ( 2008-1-5 )
  • Shell CEO Warns Against Raising EU’s Emissions Targets  ( 2008-1-5 )
  • China's Top Chemical Producer Eyes Zero Emission  ( 2008-1-5 )
  • Toxic waste suit filed against IBM  ( 2008-1-4 )
  • January 3 and January 31 China Environment Forum Meetings  ( 2008-1-3 )
  • Companies Should Reach For ‘Carbon Advantage’  ( 2008-1-3 )
  • Xcel Makes Plans to Cut Mercury Emissions  ( 2008-1-2 )
  • Cleaner Trucks and Buses to Roll Across Europe  ( 2008-1-2 )
  • Hotels: Energy Star Earns Its Keep  ( 2008-1-2 )
  • Motorola recycle waste batteries  ( 2007-12-31 )
  • Nokia unveils 3110 Evolve 'green' phone  ( 2007-12-31 )
  • Hainan's Biggest Air Polluter Demolished  ( 2007-12-31 )
  • Alcoa and Brazil agree on compensation fee for Juruti project  ( 2007-12-31 )
  • Polluting firms in open apology  ( 2007-12-28 )
  • China's Shagang Group, Spain's Endesa in carbon credit deal  ( 2007-12-27 )
  • China to Test Water-pollution Permit Trading for Factories  ( 2007-12-27 )
  • Sindicatum launches $600 million carbon fund  ( 2007-12-25 )
  • Dow Releases Solutions-Based Approach to Global Energy and Climate Change Challenges  ( 2007-12-25 )
  • Just one in a hundred firms measure their carbon footprint  ( 2007-12-24 )
  • Beer Companies Across the Spectrum Make Environmental Moves  ( 2007-12-24 )
  • Sun Cuts Paper Use Through SEC Rule  ( 2007-12-24 )
  • Big business commits to carbon cutting  ( 2007-12-24 )
  • Europe proposes binding limits on auto emissions  ( 2007-12-23 )
  • "Waiting for a road map" Salon--backing from Bali  ( 2007-12-20 )
  • BSR Guide Looks At Market-Based Mechanisms Related To The Environment  ( 2007-12-20 )
  • News Conference on China Civil Society Facing Climate Change ---- unanimous and strategetic  ( 2007-12-19 )
  • Sony Advances its Use of Renewable Energy Sources  ( 2007-12-17 )
  • UK supermarket bans palm oil  ( 2007-12-15 )
  • Chinese NGO reveals air pollution blacklist  ( 2007-12-15 )
  • New website aims to shame China's polluters  ( 2007-12-14 )
  • Greenpeace Enlists Gamers For Campaign Against Sony, Nintendo & Microsoft  ( 2007-12-14 )
  • China Corporate Social Responsibility Promotion Center Launched  ( 2007-12-6 )
  • 150 Global Business Leaders Call for Legally Binding UN Framework at Bali COP to Tackle Climate Change  ( 2007-12-3 )
  • Luxor To Start Making Green Products  ( 2007-11-30 )
  • Discovery, Pratt, Albanese Among Sustainable Design Winners  ( 2007-11-30 )
  • Barneys Sells Green For The Holidays  ( 2007-11-30 )
  • China Environment Forum December Meetings  ( 2007-11-30 )
  • Kansas David vs Oil Goliath  ( 2007-11-29 )
  • Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. and NYC Mayor Announce Expansion of Hybrid Trucks Fleet in New York  ( 2007-11-29 )
  • Mitsubishi Corporation Foundation Approves Million Dollar Grant for Environmental Protection  ( 2007-11-29 )
  • SC Johnson Reduces Greenhouse Gases by the Truckload  ( 2007-11-29 )
  • BASF Ranked Best European Company for Sustainability Messaging  ( 2007-11-28 )
  • Siemens to boost green footprint  ( 2007-11-22 )
  • Local firm wins town $196 million  ( 2007-11-21 )
  • Councils push for London plastic bags ban  ( 2007-11-21 )
  • Samsung’s LCD Panels Go PVC Free  ( 2007-11-20 )
  • Consumers demand green action from UK’s top brands  ( 2007-11-19 )
  • Wal-Mart plans to measure its greenhouse gas emissions  ( 2007-11-19 )
  • 10 green giants  ( 2007-11-19 )
  • NBC's 'Green Week': Not business as usual  ( 2007-11-19 )
  • ISC is seeking an program manager  ( 2007-11-17 )
  • The Microwave Oven of Sanyo Be Banned  ( 2007-11-17 )
  • Wal-Mart Releases First Environmental Report  ( 2007-11-16 )
  • CEPI creates tool to measure paper's carbon impact  ( 2007-11-15 )
  • Nixon Peabody Appoints Chief Sustainability Officer  ( 2007-11-14 )
  • Study indicates public awareness of Green certification need to be promoted  ( 2007-11-13 )
  • Experts Urge Major U.S. Investment in Carbon Storage Technology  ( 2007-11-13 )
  • Green fund to help cut emissions  ( 2007-11-10 )
  • Juice Energy Recognizes Top Ten Retailers With an Environmental Conscience  ( 2007-11-9 )
  • Fiji Water To Go ‘Carbon Negative’  ( 2007-11-8 )
  • McDonald’s Happy Meals Part Of Green Campaign  ( 2007-11-8 )
  • CSR Departments Suffer From Lack Of Authority  ( 2007-11-7 )
  • Dr. Jane Goodall to Speak on Sustainable Development  ( 2007-11-6 )
  • Beijing to introduce tougher auto emission standards ahead of Olympic Games  ( 2007-11-4 )
  • China signs with Rare to train a new generation of environmental leaders  ( 2007-10-31 )
  • Pittsburgh Paints Goes EcoGreen  ( 2007-10-31 )
  • EU Cuts Industrial Carbon Emissions Quota 10 Pct  ( 2007-10-31 )
  • U.K. Big Businesses Go Green for Image, Not Environment: Poll  ( 2007-10-30 )
  • Cooperation key to being green  ( 2007-10-29 )
  • Corporate leaders outline ways to build greener city  ( 2007-10-29 )
  • 21 industrial groups plan to up CO2 cuts  ( 2007-10-28 )
  • Wal-Mart ethical sourcing? Green does not mean ethical  ( 2007-10-28 )
  • China raise fines on polluters to protect ancient city  ( 2007-10-22 )
  • New Tool Measures Carbon Footprint Of Producing TV Commercials  ( 2007-10-18 )
  • CVRD Inco plugs sulphur dioxide holes  ( 2007-10-18 )
  • GE, Toyota, BP Top US Climate Brand Index  ( 2007-10-18 )
  • Office Depot Launches Nationwide, In-Store Tech Recycling Program  ( 2007-10-17 )
  • Blog action day  ( 2007-10-16 )
  • Trashbusters google 'International Cleanup Weekend'  ( 2007-10-16 )
  • Wal-Mart To Sell Reusable Shopping Bags  ( 2007-10-12 )
  • Universal Studios Tests Green DVD Packaging  ( 2007-10-12 )
  • P&G, Unilever, Others Form Coalition To Press Suppliers For Emissions Data  ( 2007-10-11 )
  • Toshiba Replacing Vehicle Fleet With Hybrids  ( 2007-10-11 )
  • Curtis Packaging Goes ‘100% Carbon Neutral’  ( 2007-10-11 )
  • Civil Society Chemical Safety and Environmental Health Conference 2007  ( 2007-10-11 )
  • AEP To Pay $4.6 Billion In Record Clean Air Settlement  ( 2007-10-10 )
  • To sustain growth, tourism sector must take action against climate change – UN  ( 2007-10-9 )
  • Europe's Smaller Companies Get Help to Grow Greener  ( 2007-10-9 )
  • US firm auctions 246,000 sulphur dioxide allowances  ( 2007-10-6 )
  • Mayor’s Office Hopes “Every New Yorker” Will Recycle Phones With Nokia  ( 2007-10-6 )
  • Keep America Beautiful, Inc. Partners with Google to Promote International Cleanup Weekend, October 13-14, 2007  ( 2007-10-6 )
  • Aviation Industry Rejects Europe's Climate Emissions Trading System  ( 2007-10-5 )
  • Netherlands Passes Carbon-Based Packaging Tax  ( 2007-10-5 )
  • DuPont Explores Bio-Plastics  ( 2007-10-1 )
  • EPA Releases Climate Protection Partnerships Report  ( 2007-9-29 )
  • Most Americans Think ‘Marketing Tactic’ When They Read ‘Green’  ( 2007-9-29 )
  • Wal-Mart seeks emissions data  ( 2007-9-29 )
  • China BlueStar launches pollution-free chromium project  ( 2007-9-29 )
  • Wal-Mart gets greener with laundry detergent  ( 2007-9-27 )
  • Volvo First Automaker to Go Carbon Dioxide Free  ( 2007-9-27 )
  • Dell Aims To Go Carbon Neutral  ( 2007-9-27 )
  • Green Meeting Of Global Leaders On Climate Change  ( 2007-9-25 )
  • 3rd Eco-Fortune China Forum  ( 2007-9-24 )
  • Wal-Mart to measure energy used  ( 2007-9-24 )
  • China to give tax sweeteners for green production  ( 2007-9-24 )
  • Alcoa, China's Yutong to work on light bus design  ( 2007-9-24 )
  • Fortune 1000 Companies Making Limited Preparations for Risk  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • ZheJiang: Compulsory cleaner production  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • Unilever China fined 10k RMB due to pollution  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • Six polluting companies on black list  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • Hewlett-Packard Partners with Nonprofit to Reduce E-Waste in Africa  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • Scrap Recycling Companies Weigh Benefits of Climate Change Laws  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • Many Fortune 1000 Companies Not Prepared for Climate Risks  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • U.K. Direct Marketers to Develop Green Standards  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • Loans for four Shenzhen enterprises were suspended for bad environmental performance  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • Coca-Cola, Kimberly-Clark Among 9 Companies Testing Carbon Labels In UK  ( 2007-9-23 )
  • Polluting firms shut in N. China  ( 2007-9-21 )
  • Two foreign firms fail random pollution tests  ( 2007-9-21 )
  • BSR and Pacific Institute Publish Water Trends Report  ( 2007-9-20 )
  • Poll: Majority of Corporate Executives Will Increase Environmental Spending  ( 2007-9-18 )
  • Vermont Court: States Can Control Greenhouse Emissions from Cars  ( 2007-9-17 )
  • Taiwan Plans To Follow European Norms On Industrial Emissions  ( 2007-9-14 )
  • Coastal Waters Most Sensitive to Acid Rain  ( 2007-9-14 )
  • Shanghai opens way for insurer to fund infrastructure  ( 2007-9-14 )
  • ENSR Asia Expands its Environmental Operations in Asia  ( 2007-9-14 )
  • Hitachi Construction Machinery violated environmental law for excessive emission  ( 2007-9-14 )
  • NetJets Makes Carbon Offsets Mandatory, Adds $5,500 To Yearly Contracts  ( 2007-9-14 )
  • Polluters to pay for their behavior  ( 2007-9-12 )
  • Kaiser Opts to Report, Certify Emissions  ( 2007-9-11 )
  • HomeStreet Bank to Present Eco-Program for Small Businesses  ( 2007-9-11 )
  • Disney to Test Character Toys for Lead Paint  ( 2007-9-10 )
  • Panasonic Launched Joint Project Protect the Yellow Sea with WWF  ( 2007-9-10 )
  • Firms join major trend in retrofitting facilities for energy efficiency  ( 2007-9-9 )
  • DC: China Environment Forum in Sep  ( 2007-9-9 )
  • McDonald’s Climate Pledge Promo Crashes Japanese Govt Website  ( 2007-9-8 )
  • New UN resource compiles information on tourism and climate change  ( 2007-9-7 )
  • 31 paper-making companies closed in Lanzhou to reduce pollution  ( 2007-9-6 )
  • TNT launches comprehensive program to cut CO2 emissions  ( 2007-9-4 )
  • SEPA closes 400 heavy polluters  ( 2007-9-4 )
  • Australia shows financial effort on controlling climate change  ( 2007-9-2 )
  • Wal-Mart Announces $1.5M Donation for Sustainability Research  ( 2007-9-1 )
  • China Center for Law and Environment Focus on Supporting a Greener Supply Chain and Announce the Support of Environmental Expertise  ( 2007-8-31 )
  • Biofuels switch a mistake, say researchers  ( 2007-8-31 )
  • UN honours environmental pioneers from Brazil, South Africa and Zimbabwe  ( 2007-8-29 )
  • Citigroup to spend $232M on Green Data Center  ( 2007-8-28 )
  • Water Polluters Face Stiff Penalties  ( 2007-8-28 )
  • UN-backed global climate change meeting kicks off  ( 2007-8-28 )
  • China to Enact Law on Circular Economy  ( 2007-8-27 )
  • Antibiotic Resistance Tracked From Hog Farms to Groundwater  ( 2007-8-27 )
  • Youth at UN-backed conference to discuss harnessing technology to save environment  ( 2007-8-27 )
  • Major changes in invest flows crucial to address climate change – UN  ( 2007-8-27 )
  • BP Vows No Increase in Lake Michigan Discharges  ( 2007-8-25 )
  • Caspian States to Revise Sturgeon Quotas  ( 2007-8-23 )
  • Multinationals Blacklisted for Pollution  ( 2007-8-21 )
  • Green Digital Marketing Grows Up  ( 2007-8-21 )
  • Congress Presses for Ship Speed Limits to Protect Whales  ( 2007-8-17 )
  • Dole promises a carbon-neutral banana  ( 2007-8-17 )
  • Sony, Waste Management to start recycling program  ( 2007-8-17 )
  • Top 30 Chinese Climate Change Findings  ( 2007-8-16 )
  • UN tourism agency plan aims to hold ‘carbon-neutral’ conference  ( 2007-8-16 )
  • Carbon Market Puts 20 Percent Of Tropical Forest At Risk  ( 2007-8-16 )
  • Carfax Announces Carbon Neutral Campaign  ( 2007-8-16 )
  • China Environment Observer 2007-7  ( 2007-8-14 )
  • Innovation for ESD workshop  ( 2007-8-13 )
  • SEE recruits community project official  ( 2007-8-13 )
  • Global-Warming Deniers: A Well-Funded Machine  ( 2007-8-13 )
  • Eight Shanghai Hotels Win Green Title  ( 2007-8-13 )
  • China Can Cut Emissions Without Hurting Growth – Gore  ( 2007-8-10 )
  • Asian Bank Seeks Sanitation Partners at World Water Week  ( 2007-8-10 )
  • Corporate social responsibility is more important than salary when choosing a job  ( 2007-8-7 )
  • Hormel Reduces Plastic Packaging  ( 2007-8-7 )
  • California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard Takes Shape  ( 2007-8-7 )
  • Largest Plastics Reclycling Plant Operates in Beijing  ( 2007-8-6 )
  • New Zealand's First Ethanol Blend Fuel Reaches Market  ( 2007-8-4 )
  • UN Debates Urgent Action to Avert Global Warming  ( 2007-8-4 )
  • UK Launches CO2 Car Rankings Web Site  ( 2007-8-4 )
  • China cities ban cement mixers to cut pollution, energy use  ( 2007-8-3 )
  • China statement by LIU at "Climate Change As A Global Challenge"  ( 2007-8-3 )
  • Beijing to publish food recall system to food manufacturers  ( 2007-7-26 )
  • China vows funding to support green production  ( 2007-7-26 )
  • Mining companies in Tibet told to pay exploitation deposits  ( 2007-7-24 )
  • Fetzer Vineyards Recognized For Sustainable, Earth-Friendly Practices  ( 2007-7-23 )
  • Cleantech Investment enhances investment in China  ( 2007-7-23 )
  • Tibet warming up faster than anywhere in the world  ( 2007-7-23 )
  • Xinjiang Farmers Encouraged to Sell Greenhouse Gas  ( 2007-7-23 )
  • China silences green GDP study, report says  ( 2007-7-23 )
  • Factory Could Disrupt Flamingo Breeding on East African Lake  ( 2007-7-23 )
  • Shell Launches Climate Change Competition for Small Businesses  ( 2007-7-22 )
  • China Green Fund launched to promote afforestation  ( 2007-7-22 )
  • IKEA Joins RecycleBank’s Rewards Program  ( 2007-7-21 )
  • Xerox Joins U.S. Climate Action Partnership  ( 2007-7-19 )
  • SUEZ plans big bucks for China  ( 2007-7-19 )
  • 1700 million environment investment gained 2240 million in Zhujiang Beer  ( 2007-7-17 )
  • China's recycling 'saves forests'  ( 2007-7-17 )
  • Companies punished for pollution  ( 2007-7-16 )
  • HSBC launches international survey of public attitudes towards climate change  ( 2007-7-16 )
  • Chile's Aruaco confirms toxic waste release  ( 2007-7-14 )
  • New rules set for lake basin factories  ( 2007-7-14 )
  • Tibet shut down several enterprises to protect water resource  ( 2007-7-11 )
  • Green groups keep watch on Dubai's man-made isles  ( 2007-7-10 )
  • Jiangsu to close 2150 small chemical firms before 2008  ( 2007-7-10 )
  • Minister of Tech & Sci calls for low-carbon economy  ( 2007-7-7 )
  • Nestle leads U.N. push to cut company water use  ( 2007-7-7 )
  • How Can Carbon Trading Save Peatlands and Rainforests?  ( 2007-7-7 )
  • Erosion Slicing Arctic Alaska Habitat  ( 2007-7-6 )
  • World Bank Says Pollution Kills 460,000 Chinese a Year  ( 2007-7-6 )
  • Taps turned on again in Shuyang  ( 2007-7-5 )
  • Pollution cuts water supply to 200,000 Jiangsu residents  ( 2007-7-5 )
  • China to Impose Tariff on Energy-Guzzling Products  ( 2007-7-4 )
  • Most companies "have no environment strategy"  ( 2007-7-3 )
  • Uganda bans plastic bags  ( 2007-7-3 )
  • China punishes cities for polluting rivers  ( 2007-7-3 )
  • Switzerland To Tax CO2 Emissions  ( 2007-7-3 )
  • Beijing to withdraw 1 million cars for Olympics  ( 2007-7-3 )
  • McDonald's to recycle cooking oil for fuel  ( 2007-7-2 )
  • PG&E Launches Program to Help Customers Offset Emissions  ( 2007-6-30 )
  • 2327 enterprises violating environmental regulation in Jiangsu in the past year  ( 2007-6-28 )
  • Malaysia and others accuse rich nations of 'green imperialism'  ( 2007-6-28 )
  • Starbucks signs up to promote "green" movie  ( 2007-6-28 )
  • China to "improve environment assessment"  ( 2007-6-28 )
  • Tourism and invasive species "threaten Galapagos wildlife"  ( 2007-6-28 )
  • Water supply stopped for water pollution in Hubei  ( 2007-6-28 )
  • Groundswell seen for Asian water stocks  ( 2007-6-27 )
  • Polluters will be forced to pay more in China  ( 2007-6-27 )
  • Algae bloom in Kunming's Lake Dian  ( 2007-6-27 )
  • Experts contest CO2 emmisions report  ( 2007-6-22 )
  • China passes US as world's biggest CO2 emitter  ( 2007-6-21 )
  • Live Earth shows aim to set new green standard  ( 2007-6-21 )
  • Climate Scorecard counts large companies  ( 2007-6-20 )
  • Blue-green algae returns to 2 major lakes in China  ( 2007-6-18 )
  • World Bank Targets Forest-Preservation Link to Climate  ( 2007-6-16 )
  • Google, Intel in 'green' initiative  ( 2007-6-14 )
  • 2007 Blue Planet Run Kicks Off to Raise Awareness for Global Water Crisis  ( 2007-6-13 )
  • Cyber warming: PCs produce same CO2 emissions as airlines  ( 2007-6-12 )
  • France Socially Responsible Investment: Up 88% in one year  ( 2007-6-8 )
  • SEPA: Liulitun garbage power generation project should be suspended  ( 2007-6-7 )
  • China to close down Taihu Lake polluters  ( 2007-6-7 )
  • UNGC:Climate Change Statement by the Business Leaders  ( 2007-6-6 )
  • WWF and Coca Cola announce partnership to conserve freshwater resources  ( 2007-6-6 )
  • Joining forces to better “green” business at the 3rd Green Growth Policy Dialogue  ( 2007-6-5 )
  • UK SURVEY FINDS GREEN ISSUES RANK LOW  ( 2007-6-5 )
  • Less Emission and Environment-Friendly Society  ( 2007-6-5 )
  • China unveils program on global warming  ( 2007-6-5 )
  • Algae outbreak sparks water panic in Wuxi  ( 2007-6-2 )
  • HSBC Announces US$100 Million Program to Combat Climate Change World-Wide  ( 2007-6-1 )
  • UK proposes carbon-footprint labels to aid shoppers  ( 2007-6-1 )
  • GE 'Green' Ecomagination Unit Gaining Ground  ( 2007-5-30 )
  • Xiamen suspends controversial chemical project  ( 2007-5-30 )
  • Public opposes Xiamen chemical plant  ( 2007-5-30 )
  • Unilever Commits to Rainforest Alliance Certification  ( 2007-5-30 )
  • China Environment Observer  ( 2007-5-27 )
  • Pondering the Mounting Problems and New Solutions to China's Waste Problems  ( 2007-5-27 )
  • China's Chalso to sign Aboriginal deal  ( 2007-5-26 )
  • HP and WWF Will Join Citigroup, IBM, Toyota and AIG to Debate Climate Change Strategies in Boston  ( 2007-5-24 )
  • Illegal trade in ivory 'boosted by eBay sales'  ( 2007-5-22 )
  • US EPA Launches New Chinese Web Site  ( 2007-5-22 )
  • 3rd Toyota Environment Protection Awards launched  ( 2007-5-21 )
  • U.S. Allows Radioactive Materials in Ordinary Landfills  ( 2007-5-19 )
  • World's Largest Cities Share Green Goal  ( 2007-5-17 )
  • Deforestation climate impact 'second only to energy sector'  ( 2007-5-16 )
  • Rupert Murdoch launches effort to green News Corp.'s operations and programming  ( 2007-5-15 )
  • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ‘BEING MISSED'  ( 2007-5-15 )
  • FT/Citi Private Bank Environmental Awards  ( 2007-5-11 )
  • Dow Chemical Investors Challenge Company on Social and Environmental Catastrophes  ( 2007-5-10 )
  • Novell Joins the Green Grid  ( 2007-5-10 )
  • Citigroup pledges $50 billion to curb emissions  ( 2007-5-9 )
  • BJ Green Drinks  ( 2007-5-8 )
  • Anti-warming roadmap unveiled  ( 2007-5-6 )
  • China closes down 3,176 polluting companies in 2006  ( 2007-5-6 )
  • Environmental issues are be highlighted in ADB 40th annual meeting  ( 2007-5-5 )
  • Jeans Firms Pollute Mexican City With Blue Dye  ( 2007-5-4 )
  • China pollution ‘fuelled by heavy industry’  ( 2007-5-3 )
  • IT global carbon emissions ‘the same as aviation’  ( 2007-5-3 )
  • U.S. Balks at New Climate Report  ( 2007-5-2 )
  • Film Crews Officially Banned from Nature Reserves  ( 2007-4-30 )
  • Canada outlines carbon-emissions price plan  ( 2007-4-27 )
  • UK Companies, Government Partner to Cut Greenhouse Gases  ( 2007-4-27 )
  • Alcan joins United States Climate Action Partnership  ( 2007-4-27 )
  • Ecuador Seeks Compensation to Leave Amazon Oil Undisturbed  ( 2007-4-27 )
  • CARBON CREDITS YIELDING FEW GREEN BENEFITS  ( 2007-4-27 )
  • IBM and Nature Conservancy Team Up To Save Major Rivers IBM  ( 2007-4-26 )
  • WWF-Canada and Domtar Announce Ambitious Agreement For Forest Conservation  ( 2007-4-26 )
  • Court Upholds New Jersey's Tough Mercury Rule  ( 2007-4-26 )
  • Gov'ts, firms ordered to release pollution figures  ( 2007-4-26 )
  • China delays release of climate change report  ( 2007-4-26 )
  • DISMAY AT TIGER MEAT ON CHINESE MENU  ( 2007-4-25 )
  • Pollution complaints  ( 2007-4-25 )
  • Dell, AMD Partner for “Plant a Tree for Me”  ( 2007-4-25 )
  • New Ventures China 2007 investors conference  ( 2007-4-25 )
  • The Coca-Cola Company: Retooling Its Atlanta Headquarters to Conserve Natural Resources  ( 2007-4-25 )
  • Poll: Nearly 40 Percent Care About Green Travel  ( 2007-4-25 )
  • The Pepsi Bottling Group to Host over 240 Children in Celebration of "Bring Your Child to Work Day"  ( 2007-4-25 )
  • UN-HABITAT, Coca-Cola team up for clean water in South Asia  ( 2007-4-24 )
  • China pulls plug on water works investment  ( 2007-4-24 )
  • Global business summit for environment kicks off in Singapore  ( 2007-4-24 )
  • Beijing uses environment-friendly vehicles to cut pollution  ( 2007-4-23 )
  • Mitsubishi is carrying out Environment Initiative Program 2010  ( 2007-4-22 )
  • Energy Efficiency Uniformity Important For China  ( 2007-4-22 )
  • Green Prize Winner Urges Asia to Name and Shame Polluters  ( 2007-4-20 )
  • Hiding Destruction behind False Advertisements  ( 2007-4-20 )
  • Goodall's New Coffee Protects Chimp Habitat  ( 2007-4-20 )
  • International Paper Makes EcoVision 2007 Carbon Neutral  ( 2007-4-20 )
  • Businesses must address global warming, UN officials say  ( 2007-4-20 )
  • Small Businesses Go Green, Using More Environmentally Friendly Products and Practices  ( 2007-4-20 )
  • "Green" your grocery experience on Earth Day  ( 2007-4-20 )
  • EU new regulation coming in to force from 1st June  ( 2007-4-19 )
  • China in response to the criticism  ( 2007-4-19 )
  • Greenpeace:China guilty of illegal logging  ( 2007-4-19 )
  • FAO to discuss the effect on environment and food of exploring biological energy  ( 2007-4-17 )
  • China, Germany agree on environmental labeling  ( 2007-4-17 )
  • Dell Investor Relations Goes Paperless  ( 2007-4-16 )
  • Environment, energy requirements stressed for processing trade projects  ( 2007-4-15 )
  • WWF attacks Myanmar dam project  ( 2007-4-15 )
  • Dell, EPA To Host Earth Day Computer Recycling Drive  ( 2007-4-13 )
  • China's energy consumption to be controlled at 2.7 billion tons of standard coal in 2010  ( 2007-4-13 )
  • West China Favors "Green" Investment to Sustain Growth  ( 2007-4-12 )
  • Ikea to charge for plastic bags  ( 2007-4-11 )
  • China to take part in post-Kyoto talks - report  ( 2007-4-11 )
  • West China favors "green" investment to sustain growth  ( 2007-4-11 )
  • Risks of different countries facing climate change  ( 2007-4-9 )
  • Singapore to get eco-mall  ( 2007-4-7 )
  • Bangladesh urges South Asia to act  ( 2007-4-4 )
  • Filmmaker on Mission To Save Sharks  ( 2007-4-4 )
  • San Francisco to ban plastic grocery bags  ( 2007-4-4 )
  • Supreme court pushes EPA on GHGs  ( 2007-4-4 )
  • Fortune names world's Green Giants  ( 2007-4-4 )
  • New regulation to control SO2 pollution  ( 2007-4-4 )
  • ABN Amro Launches Climate Change Index  ( 2007-4-3 )
  • UK to Name Polluting Public Buildings  ( 2007-4-3 )
  • 146 Small Papermaking Facs. Shut down  ( 2007-4-2 )
  • Green GDP accounting results hung up  ( 2007-3-31 )
  • First environmental levy in HK  ( 2007-3-31 )
  • Cathay Pacific on changes in 'green scheme'  ( 2007-3-31 )
  • Power Plants to Cut SO2 Emissions by 2/3  ( 2007-3-30 )
  • EU rules on seato co me into effect  ( 2007-3-30 )
  • Building sector can play key role in Env.  ( 2007-3-30 )
  • National brand cars selected for GGP  ( 2007-3-30 )
  • China may halt 21-km concrete project  ( 2007-3-29 )
  • Rubbish men on EU 50 anniversary  ( 2007-3-28 )
  • Poor pay more to reduce carbon footprint  ( 2007-3-28 )
  • EU promises reduction in carbon emissions  ( 2007-3-28 )
  • China, Norway Climate Change Cooperation  ( 2007-3-28 )
  • Environmental Aluminium in Asia Pacific  ( 2007-3-28 )
  • The waters of life may turn to poison  ( 2007-3-26 )
  • Awards on ideas for improving env.  ( 2007-3-26 )
  • Poor will pay more on climate change  ( 2007-3-26 )
  • China, Japan to discuss e-waste pollution  ( 2007-3-26 )
  • Poyang Lake: saving the finless porpoise  ( 2007-3-26 )
  • Technology aids against lllegal logging  ( 2007-3-24 )
  • Stockholm water prize for water quality  ( 2007-3-24 )
  • IBM to adopt energy conservation methods  ( 2007-3-24 )
  • Pay as you throw  ( 2007-3-24 )
  • Reducing environmental impact of filming  ( 2007-3-24 )
  • 1 billion on infrastructure of Yangtz  ( 2007-3-22 )
  • Punishment on violating environmental law  ( 2007-3-22 )
  • Water per capita reduces in 2030 in China  ( 2007-3-22 )
  • EU taking Poland to court over highway  ( 2007-3-22 )
  • Is the planet's heating up your fault?  ( 2007-3-22 )
  • Gore urges bold action on global warming  ( 2007-3-22 )
  • Infants' health under threaten in Paris  ( 2007-3-21 )
  • Top rivers face mounting threats  ( 2007-3-21 )
  • Japan breaching toxic waste trade treaty  ( 2007-3-21 )
  • Investors urge U.S.Congress for CO2 rules  ( 2007-3-21 )
  • China will pursue sustainable development  ( 2007-3-20 )
  • Asian winters getting shorter  ( 2007-3-20 )
  • Nation to help curb global warming  ( 2007-3-18 )
  • World breaks temperature records  ( 2007-3-18 )
  • EPTEE 2007 Env. Protection Exhibition  ( 2007-3-14 )
  • China's emphasis on climate change  ( 2007-3-6 )
  • Not enough to depend on envi-indicators  ( 2007-3-6 )
  • Climate Risks and Investing Opportunities  ( 2007-3-6 )
  • Campaign on green consumption  ( 2007-3-1 )
  • Energy per GDP reduced 1.23%  ( 2007-2-28 )
  • Pollution Control Requires Credit  ( 2007-2-28 )
  • India's Economy Brings Toxic Hi-Tech Waste  ( 2007-2-27 )
  • EU Seeks Ambitious Global Warming Goal  ( 2007-2-21 )
  • Europe can do more on climate change  ( 2007-2-20 )
  • China to continue to get warmer  ( 2007-2-19 )
  • Shanxi Province cuts eletricity to cut pollution  ( 2007-2-15 )
  • Green consumption during Spring Festival  ( 2007-2-15 )
  • New Climate Treaty Intensifies  ( 2007-2-14 )
  • UNEP Billion Tree Program  ( 2007-2-13 )
  • China fails to achieve pollution control goal in 2006  ( 2007-2-13 )
  • UK McDonald's coffee certification  ( 2007-2-12 )
  • LVMH helps to preserve national park  ( 2007-2-12 )
  • Foster Sustainable Diamond Industry  ( 2007-2-12 )
  • Noble Saves 200-Year-Old Tree  ( 2007-2-12 )
  • Unprecedented Conflicts of Envi.& Econ.  ( 2007-2-10 )
  • Beijing to issue pollution warnings  ( 2007-2-9 )
  • China targets illegal forest purchases  ( 2007-2-9 )
  • U.N.Ban:Climate change to hit poor worst  ( 2007-2-6 )
  • 11 savage illegal projects  ( 2007-2-2 )
  • Partial Win for Pollution Curbs in China  ( 2007-2-2 )
  • Modernization Report Urges Env. Protect  ( 2007-1-30 )
  • China fails to make environment progess  ( 2007-1-29 )
  • Olympics - Beijing mayor worries  ( 2007-1-29 )
  • China's Official Targets "Special Interests"  ( 2007-1-26 )
  • Beyond The Green Corporation  ( 2007-1-24 )
  • Big US firms urge Bush on global warming  ( 2007-1-24 )
  • Rare is seeking a Director, Rare China  ( 2007-1-24 )
  • China to improve evaluation system  ( 2007-1-19 )
  • Linfen Report Air Quality Everyday  ( 2007-1-10 )
  • Webinar: Sustainability Consulting 101  ( 2007-1-10 )
  • Internship opportunity in CSES  ( 2007-1-9 )
  • Abnormal warm weather in parts of the United States  ( 2007-1-8 )
  • Legislation for environmental protection accelerated  ( 2007-1-8 )
  • Marine environment threatened by sewage  ( 2007-1-8 )
  • Nation plans environmental insurance  ( 2006-12-21 )
  • SEPA to strictly implement EIA  ( 2006-12-20 )
  • Environmental Awareness Launch Ceremony  ( 2006-12-11 )
  • €50 Million Raised by New Cleantech Fund  ( 2006-12-11 )
  • More Citizens Complain through Hotline  ( 2006-12-8 )
  • Sinopec to invest 30bn on desulphurization  ( 2006-12-8 )
  • A Blame Game China Needs to Stop  ( 2006-12-7 )
  • Recycling Economy Forum in Shenzhen  ( 2006-11-10 )
  • 2007 China Eco Expo  ( 2006-11-10 )
  • Reduce Air Pollution and Health Risks  ( 2006-11-7 )
  • Thoroughly neatened to high pollution corporation  ( 2006-10-10 )
  • Pollution of Yangtze River Worsening  ( 2006-10-4 )
  • Officials Sacked over Pollution  ( 2006-10-4 )
  • PWL Taps China Water Treatment Market  ( 2006-10-4 )
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  • Winners of 2006 United Nations ...  ( 2006-9-29 )
  • Environmental inspection teams to ...  ( 2006-9-28 )
  • China to reduce Huaihe River pollutions  ( 2006-9-27 )
  • GPA  ( 2006-9-27 )
  • SEPA  ( 2006-9-27 )
  • Public Forum  ( 2006-9-27 )
  • Global warming must be top priority...  ( 2006-9-27 )
  • Environmentalists back Putin over ...  ( 2006-9-26 )
  • UNEP and Norway promote envir. in China  ( 2006-9-26 )
  • China envir. mechanism reform survey  ( 2006-9-26 )
  • ShanXi ban 122 pollute corps  ( 2006-9-25 )
  • Branson commits US$3 billion to fight...  ( 2006-9-25 )
  • China National Tobacco Corporation  ( 2006-9-22 )
  • UN health team helps out in toxic waste  ( 2006-9-22 )
  • UN environmental chief tells African...  ( 2006-9-22 )
  • Official: reducing pollution high on...  ( 2006-9-22 )
  • Birth defects rise in China due to...  ( 2006-9-22 )
  • California sues car firms for global...  ( 2006-9-22 )
  • Calling All Green Warriors  ( 2006-9-21 )
  • Solution to clean up pollution disgrace  ( 2006-9-21 )
  • Gov'ts should do their duty  ( 2006-9-21 )
  • UK scientists tell Exxon:Stop funding...  ( 2006-9-21 )
  • Public is key to solving China pollution  ( 2006-9-20 )
  • Climate change 'proved' in England  ( 2006-9-20 )
  • Investors urged to back climate change  ( 2006-9-20 )
  • Honeywell Collaborates with Chinese...  ( 2006-9-19 )
  • Calls for renewed efforts to restore ...  ( 2006-9-19 )
  • Warning: bigger carbon cut needed to...  ( 2006-9-18 )
  • Factory managers detained over toxic...  ( 2006-9-15 )
  • Hunan vows to punish officials  ( 2006-9-15 )
  • Official: governments deserve severe...  ( 2006-9-15 )
  • UN environment agency to mobilize...  ( 2006-9-15 )
  • UNEP 2007 Int'l dolphin year campaign  ( 2006-9-15 )
  • 'Clinics' put climate change at...  ( 2006-9-15 )
  • First China water pollution map  ( 2006-9-14 )
  • ASEM calls for widest possible ...  ( 2006-9-13 )
  • SEPA:Accomplish chemosphere protection  ( 2006-9-12 )
  • Plant managers blamed for pollution...  ( 2006-9-12 )
  • Cleaner Air Possible in HK in 2 Years  ( 2006-9-12 )
  • China sees one water pollution accident  ( 2006-9-11 )
  • No one poisoned from arsenide pollution  ( 2006-9-11 )
  • UN environmental arm probes dumping ...  ( 2006-9-11 )
  • Solve climate change "whatever it costs"  ( 2006-9-11 )
  • China Environment Forum fall meetings  ( 2006-9-8 )
  • Pollution costs 511.8 bln yuan in 2004  ( 2006-9-8 )
  • Beijing Studies Air Pollution  ( 2006-9-8 )
  • WB assists China's Sichuan Province  ( 2006-9-8 )
  • China shouldn't take the way of ...  ( 2006-9-8 )
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  • 1st China int'l envir. documentary  ( 2006-9-7 )
  • China issues first 'green GDP' report  ( 2006-9-7 )
  • China to set up ERM Prize  ( 2006-9-6 )
  • 2006 Green China Annual People Selection  ( 2006-9-6 )
  • Dedicated efforts for Envir.Protection  ( 2006-9-6 )
  • China to close down polluters  ( 2006-9-6 )
  • Cities suffering from air pollution  ( 2006-9-6 )
  • World Bank Environ Economist Serial  ( 2006-9-6 )
  • National Project Manager needed  ( 2006-9-5 )
  • Recycling station for waste appliances  ( 2006-9-5 )
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  • Environmental authority calls for...  ( 2006-9-4 )
  • Environment Inspectors target industrial  ( 2006-9-4 )
  • The Gold Standard in CDM Project  ( 2006-9-4 )
  • Report on Respect  ( 2006-9-1 )
  • Sustainable City introductory seminar  ( 2006-9-1 )
  • California tackles greenhouse emissions  ( 2006-9-1 )
  • Cross-Province Air Pollution Observation  ( 2006-9-1 )
  • Construction project halted over envir.  ( 2006-9-1 )
  • 2006EET recruit info  ( 2006-8-31 )
  • Guangdong banning polluting projects  ( 2006-8-31 )
  • Engineers race to steal nature's secrets  ( 2006-8-31 )
  • Key pollutant discharges keep rising  ( 2006-8-30 )
  • Chemicals pollute river in Nanjing  ( 2006-8-30 )
  • World Environment Fund gets funding lift  ( 2006-8-30 )
  • Britain's recycling record among the...  ( 2006-8-30 )
  • Children gather in Malaysia for UN ...  ( 2006-8-29 )
  • Envir.& social consulting positions  ( 2006-8-29 )
  • One third of nation hit by acid rain  ( 2006-8-28 )
  • Hong Kong-listed company's textiles  ( 2006-8-28 )
  • China fails to check deterioration  ( 2006-8-28 )
  • Songhua River avoids pollution from...  ( 2006-8-28 )
  • Jane Goodall Institute China vacancy  ( 2006-8-28 )
  • Baltic pipeline will lead to disaster  ( 2006-8-28 )
  • China Ecological Environment Worsening  ( 2006-8-25 )
  • Design priorities shift in a post-RoHS  ( 2006-8-25 )
  • Ecological damage compensation law  ( 2006-8-25 )
  • Warns of continued risk from disasters  ( 2006-8-25 )
  • Tougher rules to tackle growing e-waste  ( 2006-8-24 )
  • Pollution of Songhua River tributary  ( 2006-8-24 )
  • China Links Rise in Pollution to Fraud  ( 2006-8-23 )
  • Gov't Sets Up Environment Think Tank  ( 2006-8-22 )
  • Fraud in construction tied to pollution  ( 2006-8-22 )
  • Smoggy Milan Plans Vehicle Entry Toll  ( 2006-8-22 )
  • BLICC  ( 2006-8-22 )
  • China facing most severe natural  ( 2006-8-18 )
  • Officials' success hinges on pollution  ( 2006-8-15 )
  • Plasma screens threaten eco-crisis  ( 2006-8-15 )
  • FuPing School volunteer needed  ( 2006-8-15 )
  • China to launch 1st envir. monitoring  ( 2006-8-14 )
  • Asian poverty 'threatening environment'  ( 2006-8-11 )
  • Environmentalists oppose Chilean dam  ( 2006-8-10 )
  • Call for Greener Transport Policies  ( 2006-8-10 )
  • Evironment Prevention Regulation on Dangerous Waste Chemics  ( 2006-8-10 )
  • US prevail E-waste cycle  ( 2006-8-8 )
  • Southern China clamps down on pollution  ( 2006-8-8 )
  • Int'l loan to be used to treat pollution  ( 2006-8-8 )
  • Tesco's plastic bag pledge is...  ( 2006-8-8 )
  • Mainland envir. NGO Capacity Building  ( 2006-8-7 )
  • Foreign loans target the environment  ( 2006-8-7 )
  • SEPA point out US media irresponsible  ( 2006-8-4 )
  • Clinton Foundation to work to reduce  ( 2006-8-4 )
  • China is world's biggest emitter of  ( 2006-8-4 )
  • Environmentalists call for boycott  ( 2006-8-4 )
  • Sewage disposal hasten investment  ( 2006-8-3 )
  • UK's environmental performance...  ( 2006-8-3 )
  • U.K. waste disposal incompetent  ( 2006-8-2 )
  • Give law greater clout in battle...  ( 2006-8-2 )
  • Climate engineering is an emergency...  ( 2006-8-1 )
  • Industry in northwest China exacerbates  ( 2006-8-1 )
  • New environment watchdogs freed  ( 2006-8-1 )
  • 'Green' fund promotes sustainable  ( 2006-8-1 )
  • Global Environmental Institute vacancy  ( 2006-8-1 )
  • SEE recruit programme assistant  ( 2006-8-1 )
  • Officials probe 3 water pollution cases  ( 2006-7-31 )
  • Publish info on drinking water safety  ( 2006-7-31 )
  • Beijing wipes out polluting factories  ( 2006-7-28 )
  • All Chinese cities to have sewage...  ( 2006-7-28 )
  • SEE recruit 2 programme assistants  ( 2006-7-25 )
  • 14th Asia Pacific environment meeting  ( 2006-7-25 )
  • World Conference on Sport, Environment  ( 2006-7-25 )
  • China&Malaysia spread "zoology cushion"  ( 2006-7-25 )
  • Contest the Environmental Impact...  ( 2006-7-25 )
  • Britain May OK Pollution 'Points' Trades  ( 2006-7-24 )
  • Shell damaging environment in Russian  ( 2006-7-24 )
  • Village doctor battle for environment  ( 2006-7-21 )
  • 'Green' fund promotes development  ( 2006-7-21 )
  • China to spend heavily on waste  ( 2006-7-20 )
  • EU to propose limits on chemicals  ( 2006-7-20 )
  • China, India not ready to cut emissions  ( 2006-7-20 )
  • The 3rd Int'l Environmental Forum  ( 2006-7-18 )
  • Joint Workshop on E-waste Problems&EPR  ( 2006-7-18 )
  • China allocates 1.4 trillion yuan...  ( 2006-7-18 )
  • The friends of nature vacancy  ( 2006-7-18 )
  • Greens Slam G8 Over Climate Change...  ( 2006-7-18 )
  • Sino-Europe biology diversity project  ( 2006-7-18 )
  • BLICC 21 August 2006 Beijing Seminar  ( 2006-7-17 )
  • Children Draw a Better Environment  ( 2006-7-17 )
  • How to improve environment  ( 2006-7-17 )
  • Tightened control  ( 2006-7-17 )
  • Rivers run black in Shanxi  ( 2006-7-17 )
  • Biggest oceanic environment survey  ( 2006-7-17 )
  • French activist "re-cycles"  ( 2006-7-13 )
  • Chinese women win int'l prize for...  ( 2006-7-12 )
  • Emergency response system need...  ( 2006-7-12 )
  • Pearl Jam offsets climate footprint  ( 2006-7-12 )
  • Half of China's chemical plants endanger  ( 2006-7-12 )
  • Rocky road to a brighter environment  ( 2006-7-10 )
  • Harbin blacklists top river polluters  ( 2006-7-10 )
  • Fertilizer Overuse Damaging Envir.  ( 2006-7-6 )
  • Eco-office Evaluation Program volunteer  ( 2006-7-6 )
  • ShangHai Cartridge Recycling project  ( 2006-7-5 )
  • ROHS green bulwark  ( 2006-7-4 )
  • WB funds phaseout of Toxic Pollutants  ( 2006-7-4 )
  • China cope with RoHS actively  ( 2006-7-4 )
  • 2006 World Cup: envir. friendly succeed  ( 2006-7-4 )
  • ZhuHai insist on Green GDP guideline  ( 2006-7-3 )
  • Students brush up on envir. issues  ( 2006-7-3 )
  • Three gorges sewage factory...?  ( 2006-7-3 )
  • Ratifies convention on marine pollution  ( 2006-6-30 )
  • ADB Offers US$80 Million Loan for  ( 2006-6-29 )
  • World Bank help China improve envir.  ( 2006-6-29 )
  • Electric appliances export in a jam  ( 2006-6-29 )
  • Italy donates 162 mln euros to China  ( 2006-6-29 )
  • Eco-volunteers to Protect Environment  ( 2006-6-28 )
  • Money earmarked for clean water corridor  ( 2006-6-28 )
  • Careful Waste Disposal on Qinghai-Tibet  ( 2006-6-28 )
  • YuanYiSan City Protection Fund launched  ( 2006-6-28 )
  • Environment protection  ( 2006-6-28 )
  • Environment protection blind spot  ( 2006-6-28 )
  • Funds for environmental projects...  ( 2006-6-28 )
  • Envir. education spread across China  ( 2006-6-27 )
  • East pollution corps enter village  ( 2006-6-27 )
  • Chinese PC users 'want greener machines'  ( 2006-6-27 )
  • China 34b yuan to phase out pollutants  ( 2006-6-22 )
  • Envir. system to ensure capital use  ( 2006-6-20 )
  • 1.5 bln foreign contribution towards...  ( 2006-6-20 )
  • Investors and the environment  ( 2006-6-19 )
  • Green food industry sees robust...  ( 2006-6-19 )
  • China helps Africa on desert control  ( 2006-6-19 )
  • Light diesel oil car decontrol still...  ( 2006-6-19 )
  • Toxic chemicals harming Arctic animals  ( 2006-6-16 )
  • Environment value start to enter...  ( 2006-6-15 )
  • Olympic facility green technology  ( 2006-6-13 )
  • Heavily pollute factories be demolished  ( 2006-6-13 )
  • 1.5b yuan for Plateau environment  ( 2006-6-13 )
  • 06 Wetland Messenger Action  ( 2006-6-9 )
  • ¥1 bonus for not using shopping bag  ( 2006-6-8 )
  • Over 500 poisoned in pollution accidents  ( 2006-6-7 )
  • Pollution costs equal 10% of China's GDP  ( 2006-6-6 )
  • Paper calls to protect environment  ( 2006-6-5 )
  • Environmental Protection in China  ( 2006-6-5 )
  • China strengthen ecological protection  ( 2006-6-5 )
  • Beijing first extreme weather standard  ( 2006-6-2 )
  • Anti-smoker snatches cigarettes on street  ( 2006-6-2 )
  • Survey reveals confusion on envi.issues  ( 2006-6-1 )
  • Countrywide electric factory doff SO2  ( 2006-5-31 )
  • China 39.7% city severe air pollution  ( 2006-5-31 )
  • Alcoa Environment Protection Base Launch  ( 2006-5-31 )
  • Countries to jointly fight sandstorms  ( 2006-5-30 )
  • GE pushes 'green' business  ( 2006-5-30 )
  • Beijing unveils plans for "green" Games  ( 2006-5-29 )
  • Environmentalist calls for more ...  ( 2006-5-29 )
  • LN punishes two factories for pollution  ( 2006-5-26 )
  • Scholar call for environment tax  ( 2006-5-26 )
  • China won't abandon "Green GDP"  ( 2006-5-25 )
  • Industrial giant says polluting days over  ( 2006-5-24 )
  • Device help to know exact air quality  ( 2006-5-23 )
  • 3 loop environment law inspection  ( 2006-5-23 )
  • 2nd Chinese Youth Envi.Protection Prize  ( 2006-5-23 )
  • Int'l biology diversity activities  ( 2006-5-22 )
  • Shanghai tackle foreign ship pollution  ( 2006-5-22 )
  • Wildlife in danger...supervise  ( 2006-5-19 )
  • China issue supervise ordinance  ( 2006-5-19 )
  • SIEF(2006) call for papers  ( 2006-5-18 )
  • BJ warned of more possible sandstorms  ( 2006-5-18 )
  • 'The Promise'film crew faces punishment  ( 2006-5-17 )
  • Beijing launches 'no car day' campaign  ( 2006-5-16 )
  • Grassroot Supporting call for partners  ( 2006-5-16 )
  • SEPA:Countrywide pollution events go up  ( 2006-5-16 )
  • Film TianChi project not approved  ( 2006-5-16 )
  • Reuniting panda populations in China  ( 2006-5-16 )
  • First int'l college envir. forum  ( 2006-5-15 )
  • World Environment Day 2006  ( 2006-5-14 )
  • Environment volunteer still in need  ( 2006-4-27 )
  • Three Gorges water quality report  ( 2006-4-27 )
  • Corporation pollution death point  ( 2006-4-27 )
  • China has 2,768 non-governmental envi..  ( 2006-4-26 )
  • Sandstorm source: decrease of forest  ( 2006-4-26 )
  • Washer in balcony become "pollutant"  ( 2006-4-26 )
  • Expert call for halt to lake project  ( 2006-4-26 )
  • wetland pact  ( 2006-4-25 )
  • Goldman Environmental Prize release  ( 2006-4-25 )
  • Expression of China ready to start  ( 2006-4-25 )
  • 2006 Earth Day activity in KunMing  ( 2006-4-25 )
  • Beijing EPB first issure dust weekly  ( 2006-4-25 )
  • Germany and China protect marsh  ( 2006-4-25 )
  • Survy: No wage,money giving frequently  ( 2006-4-25 )
  • 2006 University Cartoon Contest on EP  ( 2006-4-20 )
  • EP important for economic growth  ( 2006-4-20 )
  • Survey finds less wildlife on dining  ( 2006-4-19 )
  • SEPA:See envir. accident every other day  ( 2006-4-19 )
  • Wen sets environment protection goals  ( 2006-4-19 )
  • Clean production checks conducted  ( 2006-4-19 )
  • XinHua review:Sandstorms are alert  ( 2006-4-19 )
  • Paid for environment use reformation  ( 2006-4-18 )
  • 2006 "Ford Motor Environmental Grants"  ( 2006-4-18 )
  • China can't cure sand dust storm  ( 2006-4-18 )
  • High-Level Envir.Protection Meeting  ( 2006-4-17 )
  • Envir.clear after chemical plant blast  ( 2006-4-17 )
  • US director general clarify "China .."  ( 2006-4-14 )
  • World Bank issue "Green Data"  ( 2006-4-14 )
  • Jordan to set up environmental police  ( 2006-4-13 )
  • Forum:Chinese Envir.Protection&CR  ( 2006-4-13 )
  • Beijing reports worst dusty weather  ( 2006-4-12 )
  • Green plastic for Olympic Games  ( 2006-4-12 )
  • 1st KeKeXiLi Volunteer Forum  ( 2006-4-11 )
  • Beijing occur hazardous air pollution  ( 2006-4-10 )
  • Pollution call for effective supervision  ( 2006-4-10 )
  • SEPA aviso BaiYangDian dead fish event  ( 2006-4-10 )
  • The Int'l Green Purchasing Network(IGPN)  ( 2006-4-6 )
  • WWF:Species in danger protection helpful  ( 2006-4-6 )
  • World Water Day exhibition in Shanghai  ( 2006-4-6 )
  • Beijing ChangAn street electronic eye  ( 2006-4-5 )
  • Global Warming cause crisis  ( 2006-4-5 )
  • "Hundreds of Youth volunteer pair"Action  ( 2006-4-5 )
  • NanChang first city lake protectoion law  ( 2006-4-5 )
  • Cyclone Glenda Lashes Australian Coast  ( 2006-4-4 )
  • Global Warming Sign Stronger in Antarctica  ( 2006-4-4 )
  • Green Choice 1st event:9th of April  ( 2006-3-30 )
  • 21 corp.urged to perform treatment plans  ( 2006-3-30 )
  • Plan adopted to control Songhua pollution  ( 2006-3-30 )
  • EarthRights School-Mekong Applicant Info  ( 2006-3-30 )
  • volunteer needed to plant trees  ( 2006-3-28 )
  • Corporate Partners Coordinaton  ( 2006-3-21 )
  • Better Air Quality (BAQ) 2006  ( 2006-3-20 )
  • Global getting warm cause state disappear  ( 2006-3-20 )
  • GD 8 empoison corps still on list  ( 2006-3-20 )
  • 5ring dwelling change window avoid noise  ( 2006-3-20 )
  • WWF recruit Communication Manager  ( 2006-3-20 )
  • World's largest flood control mould  ( 2006-3-15 )
  • CNPC 3 level pollution-prevent system  ( 2006-3-10 )
  • Macao awards to smoking-free workplaces  ( 2006-3-8 )
  • Harbin vows to improve Songhua quality  ( 2006-3-8 )
  • Water-Using permission&water collection  ( 2006-3-8 )
  • Air pollutants may warm winter nights  ( 2006-3-8 )
  • Tibetan women help protecte environment  ( 2006-3-8 )
  • SEE Vacancy  ( 2006-3-6 )
  • Sustainable development&ecological chair4  ( 2006-3-3 )
  • Sustainable development&ecological chair3  ( 2006-3-3 )
  • Govt probe into river pollution in NE  ( 2006-2-28 )
  • Beijing will issue water quality regular  ( 2006-2-28 )
  • 4 pollution cases by Envir.Watchdog  ( 2006-2-27 )
  • Most Britons Willing to Pay Green Taxes  ( 2006-2-27 )
  • "China Youth Green Web Action"start  ( 2006-2-27 )
  • The Imaging our Mekong Project start  ( 2006-2-27 )
  • Improved water quality at Yangtze River  ( 2006-2-25 )
  • Environment Protection and CSR forum  ( 2006-2-25 )
  • Protection of environment job for all  ( 2006-2-25 )
  • Environment influence evaluation..  ( 2006-2-23 )
  • Herding ban in plain to protect environment  ( 2006-2-23 )
  • USA promises help Cameroon protect marsh  ( 2006-2-23 )
  • Safety code for dangerous chemicals  ( 2006-2-23 )
  • Public to help assess impact on envir.  ( 2006-2-23 )
  • Project tackle water shortage,pollution  ( 2006-2-21 )
  • Harbin on high alert on birds' migrations  ( 2006-2-21 )
  • Green regulation punishes misconduct  ( 2006-2-21 )
  • WWF:Climate change still aggravate  ( 2006-2-20 )
  • More reasonable compensate mechanism  ( 2006-2-16 )
  • Concern on level of heavy metals in fish  ( 2006-2-16 )
  • Condemn"Feeding Whale Meat to Dogs"  ( 2006-2-14 )
  • Hospitals for Healthy Environment Item  ( 2006-2-13 )
  • SEPA label corporation "5 colors"label  ( 2006-2-13 )
  • 1st China Youth Toyota Environment Prize  ( 2006-2-13 )
  • Int'l support protection of wild species  ( 2006-2-13 )
  • Guangdong suffers serious water pollution  ( 2006-2-13 )
  • NGOs discuss environment plans at forum  ( 2006-2-13 )
  • Warmer days alleviate ice run on ...  ( 2006-2-11 )
  • 11 polluting plants told to clean up their act  ( 2006-2-9 )
  • Pigeons for Air Pollution Monitoring  ( 2006-2-9 )
  • China monitor petrochemical pollution  ( 2006-2-9 )
  • ShanXi mine accident 70 million compo  ( 2006-2-7 )
  • "Art for Air" competition 2006  ( 2006-2-7 )
  • Air Quality Researcher (local consultant)  ( 2006-2-7 )
  • China faces serious population aging  ( 2006-2-7 )
  • Water&Soil maintenance WB Project  ( 2006-2-7 )
  • Anhui shuts down 379 polluting enterprises  ( 2006-2-7 )
  • ShanXi grass bestrow rate reach 45%  ( 2006-2-7 )
  • SEPA report 6 sudden environment affairs  ( 2006-2-7 )
  • Kekexili recruit professional volunteer  ( 2006-2-3 )
  • US$1.11b to target wetland protection  ( 2006-2-3 )
  • China continue manage Songhua pollution  ( 2006-2-3 )
  • 2 Feb.International Marsh Day  ( 2006-2-3 )
  • Beijing has least blue-sky days in Jan.  ( 2006-2-3 )
  • Continue fishing ban on Yangtze River  ( 2006-1-31 )
  • China ocean pollution situation  ( 2006-1-30 )
  • First China Green Food Demonstration  ( 2006-1-30 )
  • 31 cities got "state gardens" title  ( 2006-1-29 )
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