Dec 05 , 2017
China is outpacing the U.S. and other countries in a global race to secure supplies of an all-important element for electric cars.
Dec 04 , 2017
China’s government is seeking to combat range anxiety for electric vehicle buyers with a pledge to build a charging station for every vehicle on the road by 2020.
Nov 22 , 2017
China’s carbon emissions will probably peak on or before 2030, a survey of industry participants found. About 82 percent of 260 stakeholders in the nation
Nov 01 , 2017
A Chinese official said Tuesday that his country still wants to cooperate with the U.S. on climate change and hopes an upcoming meeting on the issue in Germany
Zach Montague News Assistant, New York Times
Oct 27 , 2017
China seized global attention in September with the announcement that it had begun earnestly planning a ban on traditional gas-fueled vehicles. So far, no date has been set for the final cutoff, and important strategic details remain murky. But the decisiveness and finality of the announcement has animated environmentalists, investors and auto manufacturers, who sense a unique business opportunity.
Oct 10 , 2017
There is a powerful reason that automakers worldwide are speeding up their efforts to develop electric vehicles — and that reason is China.Propelled by v
Sep 29 , 2017
China has set a deadline of 2019 to impose tough new sales targets for electric plug-in and hybrids vehicles, slightly relaxing an earlier plan to launch the ru
Sep 12 , 2017
China plans to ban new vehicles powered by gasoline and diesel engines. The implications for the global auto industry run deep.The move is spun as an environmen
Rui Wang Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
Jul 13 , 2017
China has reaffirmed its schedule to launch the world’s largest “cap-and-trade” market for carbon emission permits in 2017. This national carbon market is expected to lower the cost of emission reduction, as China strives to fulfill its Paris pledge of peaking carbon emission by 2030.
Michal Meidan Director, China Matters
Oct 16 , 2015
China’s recently announced cap-and-trade system to limit emissions is a positive development, but not new. China’s emissions trading system (ETS) has seen some capping, and very little trading. Additional challenges lie ahead in the pricing of carbon and introduction of unified measurement, reporting, and verification systems.