China to maintain climate change strategy

The English-language website of China News Service reports: – China’s special envoy for climate change, Xie Zhenhua, speaking at an official forum on 30 August in Beijing, that China will maintain its climate change strategy and continue to promote carbon … Continue reading China to maintain climate change strategy

Thailand and Malaysia plan rail network to connect ASEAN countries with China

VIENTIANE — Thailand’s Transport Ministry is working with its Malaysian partner to develop a high-speed rail (HSR) network that will connect four member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) and China, according to a media report. The … Continue reading Thailand and Malaysia plan rail network to connect ASEAN countries with China

Blaming China and other developing countries for climate change ‘is simply racist’

‘Time to call a spade a spade ….’ In response to our article posted on another Facebook environmental site commenting on how China leads the world in green energy, a US reader from New York in the USA commented: “It … Continue reading Blaming China and other developing countries for climate change ‘is simply racist’

Synergy between China’s BRI and Indonesia’s GMF (Global Maritime Fulcrum) sees 60% trade growth

The following was originally published by the Global Times on 19 May 2022. GT Editor’s Note: While the global situation has been under the shadow of the pandemic and the geopolitical conflicts, current bilateral relations, trade and investment cooperation between China and Indonesia is bucking the trend, with China consolidating its position as Indonesia’s largest trading partner for nine consecutive years, and bilateral trade volume in 2021 increasing by nearly 60 percent year-on-year. China’s investment in various fields in Indonesia have seen a substantive growth. Major cooperation projects, including the Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway Project, the “Two Countries Twin Parks” program … Continue reading Synergy between China’s BRI and Indonesia’s GMF (Global Maritime Fulcrum) sees 60% trade growth

Washington’s sanctions on Chinese solar panels: US domestic deployment falls by 50% – global prices up by 30-40%

The US publication pv magazine reported on 16 August 2022 that a large quantity of Chinese solar panels had been seized by US customs authorities. The seizure were carried out under US anti-China legislation, the so-called “Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act” (UFLPA). The legislation is one of many US government actions designed to wage economic warfare against China and to undermine adoption of affordable renewable energy. The US is both the world’s largest producer and the largest consumer of oil, and has the world’s highest per capita emissions of CO2. The pv magazine cited US industry sources had reported that … Continue reading Washington’s sanctions on Chinese solar panels: US domestic deployment falls by 50% – global prices up by 30-40%

China vows to honor commitments on climate change – says US must stop finding excuses for its own inaction

China reiterates commitment to international cooperation on climate change and will honor the promises it has made China refutes U.S. claim that the suspension of climate talks “punishing the whole world Washington can’t speak for world US must stop finding … Continue reading China vows to honor commitments on climate change – says US must stop finding excuses for its own inaction

Facebook’s Ukraine “fact-checking” directly funded by Washington regime

Most of the fact-checking organizations Facebook has partnered with to monitor and regulate information about Ukraine are directly funded by the U.S. government, either through the U.S. Embassy or via the notorious National Endowment for Democracy (NED). In light of … Continue reading Facebook’s Ukraine “fact-checking” directly funded by Washington regime

Our Editorial Perspective 

Ecological civilization “Global environmental crisis is the product of centuries of Western exploitation of the land, natural resources and labour of the Global South, including the colonized Indigenous Peoples. Seriously tackling the global ecological crisis must involve a global redistribution of power and … Continue reading Our Editorial Perspective