China’s environmental laws are often viewed as paper tigers, but a quiet environmental transformation is overtaking China as provincial leaders throughout the country push to limit pollution.
Dr. Alex Wang, Sachin Desai, and Jisung Park discuss prospects for balancing environmental protection and economic growth in China.
China’s rapid urbanization, and its related environmental cost, has been the focus of much attention. Could this rapid urbanization bring unexpected green benefits?
Facing dire threats to its food, water, and cities, China has become a surprising leader in climate change policy.