Author and Researcher Jiayang Song on the Future of Yunnan’s Dianchi Lake

Jiayang Song is an amateur author in the field of environmental science. His research interests include (but not limited to) environmental science, anthropology and history.

by That's, 23 January 2020

Chinese Reporter Drinks Filthy Pearl River Water to Prove It’s Clean

"What can he prove by eating feces? He can prove that fecal matter is edible."

by Jocelyn Richards, 09 August 2017

China Slams Shanghai for Slacking Off with Pollution Cleanup

An inspection team from the central government claims Shanghai is slacking off in its efforts to improve the city's environment.

by Ilona Dielis, 17 April 2017

Wuxi is Suing Shanghai Because, Pollution

Clean up your act, Shanghai.

by Lauren Hogan, 21 March 2017

Is China's Most Polluted City Coming Clean?

We visit Baoding, a city with a bad reputation and a thriving green energy sector.

by Oscar Holland, Dominique Wong and Noelle Mateer, 19 November 2016

Pollution-Friendlier Companies Could Pay Fewer Taxes

New laws in the works.

by Lauren Hogan, 01 September 2016

Thousands of Dead Fish Pollute Inner Mongolian River

Pollution is thought to be the cause.

by Angus Stewart, 03 May 2016

Hundreds of Pupils Poisoned at Toxic School in Jiangsu

Students in Jiangsu province have suddenly fallen ill after school relocates to former industrial site.

by Angus Stewart, 19 April 2016

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