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UK's Guangzhou Consul Focuses on Sustainability

The new Consul General at the British Consulate General Guangzhou has identified sustainable development as a key area for cooperation between the United Kingdom and South China.

Chinese Environmentalist Pledges US$1.25M to UNEP

Thirty-nine-year-old Luo Hong, a Chinese bakery billionaire and member of the China Photographers Association, on Monday donated 2 million yuan (US$250,000) to establish an environmental fund at the United Nations environment Program (UNEP) and pledged to increase the amount to US$1.25 million within the next five years.

Environmental NGOs Looking to Secure a Voice

The State Environment Protection Administration made an announcement recently in Beijing appealing for China's environmental non-government organizations (NGOs) to collaborate with the government on pressing environmental issues, in a bid to pave the way for a third sector to influence policy-making.

"No Car Day" Promised During China-Africa Forum

More than a quarter of a million drivers in Beijing have promised to leave their cars at home for at least one day during the China-Africa forum, in a bid to ease traffic congestion and improve air quality.

Racing Towards Sustainability

How far can a car go on one-litre of gasoline? It is a challenge not only for drivers, who must pay for gas, but also for car manufacturers, who are facing strong demand from governments and the public to produce more environmentally friendly cars.

Bank's Environmental Awareness Hailed

A Hong Kong-based environmental organization has praised the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) for promoting online share subscriptions, urging initial public offering (IPO) applicants to be more environmentally aware.

Tireless Efforts

People describe 76-year-old environmentalist Qu Geping variously as enthusiastic, a bold critic, and someone who gives rewarding advice.

Baby Lesser Panda in Hefei

A lesser panda cub resting in a hardboard box is fed with milk at Hefei Wild Animal Park, capital city of central China's Anhui Province on October 10, 2006. The four-month-old cub weighing 2,500 grams is reportedly the first newborn ever since 2002 when the park had brought in the breed of the lesser panda.

Farmer: If I Can Be Green, Anyone Can

When Chen Faqing says he is selling his Audi out of concern for the environment, he has far greater aims than just cutting one gas-guzzler out of the system. The farmer-turned factory owner and environmental activist is selling up to fund his latest green venture a website dedicated to bringing China's illegal polluters to book.

Green Group Seeks New Air Quality Standards

To combat air pollution, a local green group yesterday urged the government to revise the air quality objectives (AQOs) Hong Kong uses today.

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