Archiv für 'Umwelt'

Assessing China’s prospects for carbon neutrality

Tuesday, 15.12.2020

Quelle: eji

What China’s plan for net-zero emissions by 2060 means for the climate

Tuesday, 6.10.2020

Meinungsartikel. Quelle: SCMP

The Last Farewell to the Mighty Mekong

Thursday, 17.9.2020

Quelle: The Diplomat

Did Pangolin Trafficking Cause the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Friday, 11.9.2020

Quelle: The New Yorker

340 Chinese vessels just off the biodiverse Galápagos Islands

Tuesday, 25.8.2020

Can anyone stop China’s vast armada of fishing boats? (Guardian)

Pfuhlschnepfen reisen …

Saturday, 28.4.2018

China hat das größte »Futterhäuschen« der Welt Pfuhlschnepfen reisen von Neuseeland nach Alaska, um Kinder zu bekommen. Doch dieses Jahr droht ihnen Hunger unterwegs. Doch Vogelschützer haben sich etwas Einzigartiges einfallen lassen.
von Daniel Lingenhöhl (Spektrum).

The Chinese Fisherman and the Sea

Monday, 18.12.2017

Experimental documentary by filmmaker Ning Jiawei dives into the complex relationship between humans and nature. Von Yin Yijun. Quelle:

Brrr … Xi’s heavy handed pollution policy goes up in smoke

Monday, 18.12.2017

The desire for quick fixes has left China lurching between seemingly competing goals – cleaner air and a thriving economy – and so far it has predictably failed on both counts. Von Tom Holland. Quelle: SCMP.

China Limits Waste. ‘Cardboard Grannies’ and Texas Recyclers Scramble.

Monday, 27.11.2017

Von Mike Ives. Quelle: NYT. Chin. Übersetzung hier.

Entire industrial regions of China are being temporarily shut down

Thursday, 26.10.2017

China Shuts Down Tens Of Thousands Of Factories Von Rob Schmitz (NPR). Chin. Sprachversion hier.

Smog cuts 3 years off lives in northern China, international study finds

Thursday, 14.9.2017

Von Viola Zhou. Quelle: SCMP.

China will Verbrennungsmotoren verbieten

Thursday, 14.9.2017

Von Christoph Giesen und Max Hägler. Quelle: SZ.

Das Land, aus dem die E-Auto-Quote stammt

Monday, 14.8.2017

Von Hendrik Ankenbrand. Quelle: FAZ.

China erkundet Geoengineering

Monday, 7.8.2017

Von James Temple. Quelle:

Diesel? Nie gehört.

Thursday, 3.8.2017

Von Steffen Wurzel. Quelle:

China to debut world’s first bird ‘airport’

Sunday, 30.7.2017

Nachtrag. Tianjin’s wetland sanctuary will serve as a rest stop for peckish migratory birds traveling along one of the world’s major flyways. Von Matt Hickman. Quelle:

China will keine Müllkippe sein – Abfallimporte gestoppt

Wednesday, 26.7.2017

Von Felix Lee. Quelle: Hamburger Abendblatt.

Berlin und die Panda-Realpolitik

Monday, 26.6.2017

Von Til Knipper. Quelle: Tagesspiegel.

The long-memoried pachyderms

Sunday, 25.6.2017

Are ‘avenging’ elephants in China deliberately targeting humans? A spate of attacks on residents of a rural Yunnan town raises speculation that the long-memoried pachyderms are seeking retribution for past wrongdoings. Von Stephen Chen. Quelle: SCMP.

Navigating the Muddy Waters of China’s Cadmium Rice Paddies

Monday, 19.6.2017

Von Li You. Quelle: Sixth Tone.

Why China’s wasting huge amounts of cleanly-produced electricity and how to fix it

Tuesday, 13.6.2017

Quelle: AP/SCMP

Hong Kong’s annual cross-harbour swim race to return to Tsim Sha Tsui after 40 years, as water quality improves

Saturday, 10.6.2017

Von Jane Li. Quelle: SCMP.

Kalifornien und China starten Klimaschutzpakt

Wednesday, 7.6.2017

Quelle: Spiegel Online

US-Botschafter in Peking [David Rank] tritt wegen Trumps Klimapolitik zurück

Wednesday, 7.6.2017

Quelle: Zeit

Big spenders

Tuesday, 6.6.2017

Big spenders in China are targeting U.S. species of turtles and tortoises as collector’s
items and cuisine
Von Louis Sahagun (LA Times). Gekürzte chin. Übersetzung hier.