China cancels $30bn UK nuclear plant

Obstruction of UK nuclear deal widely seen as US influenced. Under a 2015 nuclear cooperation deal between China and the UK government, the state-owned energy corporation China General Nuclear (CGN) has been involved it the […]

Ocean thermal power – China breakthrough

China’s first set of floating devices that can turn ocean thermal energy into electricity has successfully completed sea trials in recent weeks, marking a significant step forward in the country’s utilization of renewable energy sources. […]

Türkiye–China Belt and Road Initiative

The ties between China and Türkiye can be dated back to the ancient Silk Road. Now as the Belt and Road Initiative marks its tenth anniversary, the two sides continue to deepen their relations in […]

Comparing China & West on climate change

The Western focus on China as “the world’s worst polluter” is devious and dishonest – and racist. The purpose of this article is to present the facts on CO2 emissions. China is of course the […]

Venezuela wants to join BRICS+ 

Moves to become a member of BRICS Bank. “The Belt and Road Initiative is laying the foundations for us to break free from the old world of colonialism and imperialism. The enlarged BRICS group is […]

Coconut blankets help restore grassland

Blankets made from coconut shells are being used for grassland restoration in South West China’s Sichuan. Grass is successfully sprouting from the ground surface covered by blankets made from coconut shells at the area of […]

Factors behind China’s energy storage

China’s energy storage sector is experiencing rapid growth due to an accelerated uptake of renewables in the country’s energy mix. But the energy industry also faces some significant challenges. The following article from Caixin Global […]

Abundant harvest of giant rice

The abundant harvest of giant rice in Guanxi region could play a key role in ensuring China’s food security. Chinese scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding the genetics of rice breeding that could lead […]

Forgive developing countries debt

The Global South continues to be subject to neocolonial mechanisms that exacerbate the debt and climate crises. Achieving climate and economic justice requires structural reparations, countering Western debt generation traps and coordinated action to cancel […]

Rwanda: China building hydropower plant

A Chinese state-owned engineering and construction company successfully completed river closure last week marking the start of the main building phase of the $214 million Nyabarongo II Multipurpose Project in Rwanda. The construction of the 43 MW […]