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07 02, 2014
Shanghai housewives give lesson in green living
A group of Communist Party members in Shanghai have won recognition for grassroots initiatives that have included weaving with waste, creating their own solar and wind power systems, and planting crops on urban rooftops.
06 26, 2014
China faces tough task in energy revolution
China faces an arduous task in attempting to revolutionize how it produces and consumes energy, experts said at a symposium in Beijing on Wednesday.
06 25, 2014
Woman makes life quest out of saving dogs from slaughter
Yang Yuhua, 64, from Chongqing, spent 2 million yuan raising dogs. Her husband divorced her for adopting too many.
06 19, 2014
Animals need protection 'now more than ever'
Animals are a vital part of our world, yet today they face unprecedented levels of suffering and exploitation.
06 18, 2014
One man's dog meat is another's poison
The dog meat festival on June 21 in China' s southeastern Yulin city has been a local tradition since the 1990s to celebrate "xiazhi", the longest day in the year on the Chinese lunar calendar.
06 05, 2014
Villagers caught between development and environment
As it works to transform itself into a tourist destination, a village on Lake Lashi in southwest China's Yunnan Province is learning the importance of environmental protection.
05 14, 2014
Greener Apple wins acclaim from former critics
Apple Inc., once fiercely criticised by NGOs for pollution its suppliers caused in China, is now seen as a leader in environmental control by the same organizations.
05 12, 2014
Putting waste in its place
Hong Kong's Environment Bureau launched its Blueprint for Sustainable Use of Resources last May, urging people to "use less, waste less" to solve the city's waste-management problem.
05 09, 2014
Saying goodbye to a life of grime
The village that has long been home to Beijing's hidden army of garbage collectors is facing demolition as China's capital city looks to redefine its role.
05 07, 2014
China's 'Panda Ambassadors'
As rare animals unique to China, giant pandas have been shouldered with special diplomatic missions in China's diplomatic activities. Check out where the "panda ambassadors" have been sent to in this infographic.
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