• No end to coal in Pakistan

    June 20, 2019

    Despite the rise of renewable energy as a cost-effective alternative, Pakistan remains wedded to coal power for reasons that have little to do with economics

  • The human costs of ‘Swan City’

    June 19, 2019

    The site of the first large dam on the Yellow River has been transformed into a winter habitat for birds, but at a huge cost to local farmers and communities, writes Ding Xiangli

  • Pangolin in a cage

    Preserving the pangolin

    May 14, 2019

    Hunted for its scales and its meat, the population of the pangolins across South Asia is endangered by a massive trade in animal parts supplying the appetite for Chinese traditional medicine

  • China set to lead on biodiversity

    March 28, 2019

    As China gets set to hold a key biodiversity conference in 2020, the biggest in a decade, Feng Hao provides the context of why this is such an important issue, both for China and the world