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2018/10/26 | Madeleine Work
OPINION: Taipei Should Have a Car Free Day
Taipei and Taiwan's other cities would benefit enormously from a few days break from the tyranny of the gas-guzzling automobile.
2018/07/27 | Mongabay
Modernizing Malaysia: The Blessings and Stresses of an Infrastructure Explosion
Malaysia is undertaking a breakneck building spree that is lifting its economy while placing its environment and politics under pressure.
2018/05/04 | The Conversation
Crops in Central China's Rice Belt Soaked in Toxic Mercury
Fish is often seen as the main source of mercury in food, but the brain damaging pollutant can be absorbed just as easily through rice.
2018/04/19 | Policy Forum
OPINION: Vietnam Grossly Mismanages Its Water Resources
With a growing population, increasing pollution, extreme weather events and ineffective government, Vietnam is due to face a watery calamity.
Kaohsiung Fights to Reclaim Polluted Ground
Kaohsiung will struggle to get its oil-soaked soil back to baseline.
2017/10/17 | Andrew Kerslake
Pollution and Industrial Smog Cloud Taiwan's Bicycle Paradise
Taiwan's ambitions to be a cycling paradise are blighted by industrial eyesores and local governments that turn a blind eye to polluters flaunting regulatory loopholes.
2017/10/12 | Dinah Gardner
Nano this Plastic Should Be in Our Water
For the first in a regular bi-weekly series on the environment in Taiwan, Green Bulletin interviews the policy head of the Taipei American School's team as they prepare to solve Taiwan's nanoplastic problems for iGEM, a world-leading student synthetic biology competition.
2017/07/27 | Yuan-Ming Chiao
Why China’s Attempts to Curb Air Pollution are Facing Resistance
According to a report by Caixin earlier this month, 33 incidents of industry obstructions occurred in more than half the localities under inspection since April.
Are Bike-Sharing Schemes Running Riot?
One year in and bike sharing apps are transforming Chinese cities, but oversight and environmental impacts are a concern.
2017/05/19 | Morley J Weston
INFOGRAPHIC: Taiwan’s Cities are One Giant Heat Sink
If you want to keep cool in Taiwan, start growing some rice or fish.
2017/03/06 | Alok Gupta
Bihar’s Toxic Textile Industry
The textile industry of Patwa Toli is polluting rivers and groundwater in the Indian state of Bihar, but businesses have failed to clean up their act claiming they provide essential jobs
2016/09/07 | Jessie Yang
Under the Dome: Why Was It First Praised but Later Censored by Beijing?
The ultimate fate of a hugely popular documentary in China shows the limits of press freedom amid the marketization of the media.