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2016

China’s CO2 emissions likely fell 3% in 2015 — and that trend looks set to continue, January 19 [1]

2015

How an environmental group is trying to clean up China’s pollution problem, December 7 [2]

Meet the woman leading China's new organic farming army, Nov 25 [3]

Beijing banned cars for 2 weeks and the sky turned perfectly blue. Guess what happened the next day? September 14 [4]

Biogas Upgrading Plant at China Agricultural University Fuels Natural Gas Vehicles, July 24 [5]

Revised Food Safety Law to go into effect later this year, April 25 [6] [7]

China coal use falls: CO2 reduction this year could equal UK total emissions over same period, May 14 [8]

2014

China to limit carbon emissions for first time, climate adviser claims, June 3 [9]

China to remove six million vehicles that do not meet exhaust emission standards to improve air quality, May 27 [10]

China to triple solar power capacity to fight pollution, May 20 [11]

Beijing to plant trees over an area 200 times the size of Central Park but will it cut pollution? March 16 [12]

China's toxic air pollution resembles nuclear winter, say scientists, February 25 [13]

A Push for Sustainable Agriculture in China from the Top Down and Bottom Up, February 1 [14]

In China, ‘Once the Villages Are Gone, the Culture Is Gone’, February 1 [15]

2013

China To Introduce Carbon Tax, February 20 [16]

2011

China’s Per Capita Emissions Could Rival U.S.’s By 2017, [17] September 28

Major agricultural regions in China facing their worst drought in 60 years. [18] Oiwan Lam, February 18

2009

China: CO2 emissions will peak at 2030, [19] August 20

China launches green power revolution to catch up on west, [20] June 10

Drop in CO2 in USA and power use in China - for now, [21] May 21

China: Worst Drought in 50 years, [22] February 9

2008

China warns on emissions control, [23] October 29

Green features of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, [24] August 5

China wind-farm - Vast new wind farm in Eastern China will deliver energy direct to consumers without going through the Grid, [25] August 1

1.5 million Chinese children take part in painting competition on climate change, [26] May 8

China bans free plastic bags, [27] January 9

2007

China unveils climate change plan, [28] June 4

China launches carbon trading initiatives. China has launched two new carbon trading initiatives to help develop its poorer regions and meet the UN Millennium Development Goals. [29] February 7

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  26. United Nations Environment Programme
  27. Wikinews:China bans free plastic bags
  28. BBC News
  29. SciDev.Net