Policies and Announcements
- Water quality improvement still major task for China: Ministry
- Gov't sends disaster relief teams to typhoon-hit Guangdong
- China issues regulation to curb marine pollution by ships
- Three Gorges Project spending within budget
- Pollution tax will not be levied
- One-child policy unchanged: Shanghai official
- Shanxi to consolidate coal industry
- Legislature takes urgent action in climate change fight
- Dezhou highlights proactive energy efficiency
- Guangzhou gov't to impose energy-saving plan
- HK to launch fixed smoking penalty
- China to address overcapacity in emerging sectors
- Xinjiang gears up coal mine production
- China allocates US$26m for drought relief
- Signs of rebound for Shanghai's greener economy
- Vice Premier stresses efforts to fight drought
- Top legislature to consider draft climate change resolution
- Gov't passes regulation on environmental evaluation
- China to monitor endemic arsenic, fluoride poisoning
- Rules to target canine concerns in Shanghai
- Water quality improves but problems still exist
- HK to build sewage system for better harbor
- Gov't channels 1b-yuan green fund to rural areas
- Gov't to subsidize solar power projects
- China warns of more serious floods in peak season
- Better air quality ensured for Asian Games
- Gov't warns of possible flood in Huaihe River area
- China offers proposal on tackling climate change
- Heilongjiang reveals details of spill emergency plan
- China hikes 2011 solar power target
- Water quality information flows to public online
- Guangzhou starts one-dog policy
- Hangzhou to build dog shelter
- Cool plan as Shanghai starts action over costly air
- 7 wind power bases to be set up by 2020
- US$1.47 million for drought relief in Tibet
- China commits to offshore renewable energy
- NPC considers legislation to protect islands' ecology
- US$88m in subsidies for energy-saving light bulbs
- Gov't releases detailed auto replacements plan
- New energy seen as new growth engine
- Gov't to raise gasoline, diesel benchmark retail prices
- China likely to see another good grain harvest
- China offers subsidies for green home appliances
- Macao to establish new organ overseeing environmental protection
- Gov't targets early completion of post-quake rebuilding
- Death toll from HFMD rises by 10 in 2 provinces
- Tight border checks to ward off virus
- Gov't to issue support plan for renewable energy development
- China to start daily status report on A/H1N1 flu
Most Read
- White paper on energy
- Endangered monkeys grow in number
- Yangtze River's Three Gorges 2 mln years in the making
- The authorities sets sights on polluted soil
- China, US benefit from clean energy
NGO Events Calendar Tips
- The Eco Design Fair 2009
- Environmental English Training (EET) class
- Hand in hand to protect endangered animals and plants
- Changchun, Mini-marathon Aimed at Protecting Siberian Tiger
- Water Walk by Nature University
World Fights A/H1N1 flu
The pandemic fear grips the world as the virus spreads from Mexico to the US, Europe and as far as China.
Panda Facts
A record 28 panda cubs born via artificial insemination have survived in 2006.
South China Karst
Rich and unique karst landforms located in south China display exceptional natural beauty.
Saving the Tibetan Antelopes
The rare animals survive in the harsh natural environment of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
Laws & Regulations
- Forestry Law of the People's Republic of China
- Meteorology Law of the People's Republic of China
- Fire Control Law of the People's Republic of China
- Law on Protecting Against and Mitigating Earthquake Disasters
- Law of the People's Republic of China on Conserving Energy
State Environmental Protection Administration
Ministry of Water Resources
Ministry of Land and Resources
China Environmental Industry Network
Chengdu Giant Panda Research Base