Liu Jianqiang

Articles by Liu Jianqiang

  • China restarts study on ‘green GDP’

    China’s central government to consider different ways of measuring economic growth to account for the costs of pollution

    Posted 02 Apr 2015 in Blogs
  • China’s new environmental law looks good on paper

    The success of China’s new environmental law will be in its implementation, says chinadialogue’s Beijing editor Liu Jianqiang

    Posted 28 Apr 2014 in Blogs
  • Locals fight tourism on Tibet’s holy lakes

    Public outrage has halted a damaging cruise boat project on one of Tibet’s sacred lakes, but unrestrained tourism remains a threat. Liu Jianqiang reports.

    Posted 20 Aug 2012 in Articles
  • Vanishing Shangri-La (1)

    In Yunnan’s Meili Snow Mountains, tourists are damaging both scenery and culture. Liu Jianqiang followed them to the village of Yubeng to find out what’s happening to paradise.

    Posted 09 Sep 2011 in Articles
  • Vanishing Shangri-La (2)

    Harmony is under strain in Yunnan’s earthly utopia, where locals, government and business clash over the region’s future. Liu Jianqiang concludes his report from south-west China.

    Posted 09 Sep 2011 in Articles
  • At fault on the Nu River

    As China gears up for a hydropower push in its earthquake-prone south-west, it should pause to consider events in Japan, two geologists tell Liu Jianqiang on World Water Day.

    Posted 22 Mar 2011 in Articles