This website is no longer actively maintained
Some material and features may be unavailable

All Posts Tagged With: "coal"

China’s air quality improves but remains highly polluted

Web Original Multimedia

China’s air quality improves but remains highly polluted

In our broadcast this week, we showed how some Chinese drivers are opting for knockoff electric cars that are non-polluting and cheap -- but the electricity that these vehicles use is generated by coal, which increases air pollution and greenhouse gases. We take a deeper look at China's battle against air pollution, courtesy of the Asia Society's China Green multimedia project.

Posted: February 5, 2010 15:34   Comments: 6
Slowing global warming could mean less economic growth

Video

Slowing global warming could mean less economic growth

To help developing nations deal with global warming, Hillary Clinton said the U.S. would join other countries in raising $100 billion per year. But the economic impact of cleaning up the environment is preventing many nations from committing to a regulatory blueprint. Melissa Chan of Al Jazeera English reports from Shanxi province in the coal belt of northern China.

Posted: December 17, 2009 13:46   Comments: 36
In pursuit of 8% growth, China wields double-edged sword

Video Blogwatch

In pursuit of 8% growth, China wields double-edged sword

Although political leaders in China have not reached a consensus about emissions caps, the international community would like to see more concessions. With multimedia content from the Green China project at the Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations, Worldfocus takes a deeper look at both sides of China's role in the climate change debate.

Posted: December 16, 2009 14:12   Comments: 2

Produced by Creative News Group LLC     ©2019 WNET.ORG     All rights reserved

Distributed by American Public Television