Environment

The Four Horsemen of the Airpocalypse

What the harbingers are of Beijing’s end of ‘clear’ days

Opportunities and Access in Green Tech

Advice for European SMEs in China’s energy, water and environment tech sectors

Refining the environment through tax

The PRC Law on Environmental Protection Tax and Interim Provisions on the Administration of Pollutant Discharge Permits

COP22: Insights from the action in Marrakech

For the 2nd consecutive year, the European Chamber sent a delegation of observers to the Conference of Parties (COP22) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

Electric arguments: disruptive electrification of Chinese urban mobility

The direct and indirect costs of air pollution in China are significant and growing with increased urbanisation and production.

China’s black bubble: overcapacity in the coal power industry

Beijing’s first ever pollution ‘red alert’ on 8th and 9th December, 2015, led many people, both in China and abroad, to assume that the air quality in China is deteriorating further.

The Road from Paris: global action should start after COP21 success

More than a month has passed since the end of the twenty-first Conference of Parties (COP21) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

A breath of fresh air

How indoor air quality is changing the face of business

What difference does a year make? China’s Environmental Protection Law one year on

A year after it came into effect Li Huini, Partner at Adamas, looks at the effect that China’s revised Environmental Protection Law (EPL) has had.

Green buildings for blue skies

The increasing importance of green building certification