Organizations in China have come together to help reduce the country's air pollution by effectively implementing emission control policies for trucks, buses and other heavy-duty vehicles.
North China's most polluted province Hebei claims to have abandoned obsession with mere growth, and to be focused on quality, technology upgrades and clean industry.
China will allow foreigners to trade carbon permits in Shenzhen, making it the nation's first emissions exchange to welcome outside investors.
Two nuclear power plant projects will be initiated in Northeast China's Liaoning province to optimize the energy structure in the northeastern area.
The distributed solar generation industry is getting a big boost in China, where a new solar policy is expected to be announced later this month.
Chinese company JinkoSolar Holding Co Ltd on Tuesday officially opened a solar PV module production facility in Cape Town.
Smog has blanketed the Chinese capital for at least a week and the Great Hall of the People, where lawmakers will meet next week for the country's parliamentary session, is hardly visible.
A type of lung cancer reported to be increasing in Beijing has been linked to worsening air quality, with an expert warning that the potential health impact could be much greater than the SARS epidemic in 2003.
Wind turbines produced by China's Dongfang Electric Corp Ltd will soon be used in a wind power plant in Sweden, the company authorities said Friday.
Chinese researchers have developed a new technology to clean up indoor air pollution that avoids secondary pollution that existing air purification products in the market can create if used improperly.
The Infinite Mobile Device by Taiwan design student Tony Deng presents a more sustainable cell phone charging system.