• Beijing and neighbors makes big gain in air quality

    Beijing and neighbors makes big gain in air quality

      After five years fighting against air pollution, Beijing and neighbors are achieving noticeably improvement in air quality, with a nearly 20 percent change for the better this year on average concentration levels of hazardous breathable particles known as PM2.5.

  • China Made Progress on Self-driving Vehicles

    China Made Progress on Self-driving Vehicles

    China made progress on self-driving vehicles. Following the test run of Alphabus smart bus on a public road in Shenzhen earlier in December, Beijing traffic authorities have given the green light for road tests of self-driving cars in an effort to foster the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for mobility.

  • China Launched World’s First All-Electric Cargo Ship

    China Launched World’s First All-Electric Cargo Ship

    In November 2017, China just launched its first all-electric cargo ship, which will travel 50 miles at a top speed of 8 miles per hour on a single charge. Though it will be able to carry 2,200 tons of cargo with every haul, that battery capacity is barely enough to fulfil any transatlantic shipments. It […]

  • Digitalization & Energy

    Digitalization & Energy

    In November 2017, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its first report to comprehensively depict how digitalization is reshaping the energy sector, which seeks to provide more clarity for decision makers on what digitalization means for energy – shining a light on both its enormous potential and most pressing challenges.

  • China Launched Nationwide Carbon Emission Trading System

    China Launched Nationwide Carbon Emission Trading System

    According to ChinaDaily, China started the world’s largest carbon trading system on Tuesday, December 19th, sending strong signals that it plans to use the market as a key policy tool to curb emissions and also is keeping its Paris Agreement commitments.

  • Waste permits put a cap on polluting companies

    Waste permits put a cap on polluting companies

    Companies and public institutions will soon need to apply for a new government-issued permit before they can discharge pollutant waste, with restrictions placed on how much they can emit.

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