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Oct 18, 2006

China Lags on Olympic Bid Goal

“Most of the larger state-owned enterprises tend to be able to pollute without a lot of oversight from the environmental protection bureaus.” Doug Ogden, Energy Foundation
Oct 18, 2006

Implications of China's Energy Growth

Speaking at the China Environment Forum meeting, Douglas Ogden (Energy Foundation) and Michael Wang (Argonne National Laboratory) provided rich information on the current and potential impacts of China’s rapid energy growth.
Oct 18, 2006

China Govt May Miss Energy-Saving Target

Energy efficiency is the current buzzword among Chinese policy makers and it's a pillar of the nation's economic blueprint to 2010. But Beijing is facing the embarrassing situation of missing a key target in the very first year.
Oct 18, 2006

We Don't Need More Power

Douglas Ogden, Director of CSEP, writes about China’s need to once again lead the world in energy efficiency.
Oct 18, 2006

New Pricing System for Green Electricity

Senior officials from the government's top pricing and tax decision-making group yesterday said China has come up with a pricing system for electricity generated by renewable energy
Oct 18, 2006

China Unlikely to Sign on to Kyoto Emissions Cuts

China is unlikely to commit to cutting emissions in the next phase of the Kyoto Protocol, fearing it would retard economic growth, but analysts say the government is waking up to the threat of climate change.
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