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BONUS Episode from Environment China!

How many cops does it take to screw in a climate lightbulb? At least 23? This last week, Bonn, Germany, hosted the 23rd "Conference of the Parties" (COP23) -- the latest iteration of the UN climate negotiations th...

Most of China’s youth are being raised in urban jungles, with little chance to experience and understand the earth’s tremendous ecosystems. But one intrepid environmentalist from Shandong wanted to see Antarctica so badly she started a crowdfunding c...

In recent years, "citizen science" has spread across the globe, allowing people from all walks of life to contribute to scientific studies. For all-encompassing issues such as climate change, this approach has been instrumental in gathering new kinds...

Growing public awareness of environmental issues in China has prompted the rise of media outlets dedicated specifically to environmental topics. Among these, Kedao Media (可道), a new media platform, provides an outlet for Chinese youth to spur awarene...

Health concerns from food safety scares have compelled some Beijingers to buy imported food. Erica Huang wants to buck that trend by making safe, sustainable food and other products accessible to urban residents of Beijing.  

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Environment China is a bilingual podcast from the Beijing Energy Network.

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