Tag Archives: environment

air pollution

Goodbye Blue Sky

Air pollution is nothing new to people living in China, but the recent extreme conditions witnessed across the eastern provinces placed the issue under the scrutiny of international media

water pollution

Managing Water for More Desirable Cities

A decent sewer system is one of the most important infrastructure elements of a city without which civilised, healthy living and protection from flooding is just not possible.

Water

China’s Water Quality

The issue of water quality in China was highlighted in the media after the contamination of the water supply in Handan, Hebei province in January. It made headlines for two principle reasons

Bureau Veritas

Do the Right Thing: Energy Audit and Its Benefits

When considering the industries that can have an adverse affect on the environment, it’s easy to fall into the trap of just laying the blame at the feet of the more visible culprits

China’s Chemical Industry Enters a New Era with Sustainability

One of China’s key challenges as it continues its ineluctable progress towards becoming the world’s largest economy is balancing growth with its environmental responsibilities

wind mill

Opportunities for European SMEs in the Green Tech Market in China

China has emerged as the global leader in green technology within just a few years due to massive investments by the Chinese Government and state-owned enterprises (SOEs).

The Executive Interview: Yuan Xiaoyu, Director Corporate Relations, UPM, China

When UPM entered China nearly 15 years ago they brought with them a wealth of experience drawn from more than a hundred years of paper production in Europe.

The Orgy of Consumerism and Waste: Are We the Last Generation on Earth?

In his new book, Toxic Capitalism, European Chamber Public Procurement Working Group Chair Gilbert Van Kerckhove calls attention to an aberrant strain of capitalism being practiced in Europe