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Judge Allows Defamation Lawsuit Against Greenpeace To Proceed

A U.S. District Court judge allowed a forestry company’s defamation lawsuit against Greenpeace and affiliated groups to proceed...

Party is over for dirt-cheap solar panels, says China executive

The global solar power industry is about to lose a major competitive windfall as prices of Chinese-made solar...

China’s unbridled export of coal power imperils climate goals

  Even as China struggles to curb domestic coal-fired power and the deadly pollution it produces, the world's top carbon emitter is aggressively exporting the...

China Reshapes The Vital Mekong River To Power Its Expansion

  Chinese tourists account for more visitors to Thailand — and much of Southeast Asia — than from any other country. The Thai village of Sob...

China places top energy official, a senior Uighur, under investigation

  BEIJING (Reuters) - The Chinese government placed under investigation for suspected graft on Friday one of the country’s most senior ethnic Uighur officials who...

German industries warn against relocation of energy production

  The president of the Federation of German Industries Dieter Kempf warned against solo efforts by Germany in energy and climate policy, he told German...

On North Korea, China is taking away with one hand and giving with another

  North Korea conducts roughly 90% of its trade with China. So when the Chinese customs agency released its August trade data earlier this week,...