ANALYSIS

8 Behavioural Guidelines For a More Sustainable China

China is moving to more sustainable development including how she behaves, like more walking, less meat and less golf. Here are China Water Risks’s 8 favourite behavioural guides from China. … more

OPINIONS

Environmental Law - A New Era

Prof Wang Canfa from the University of Political Science &Law in Beijing thinks China’s environmental law system is relatively perfect system & that the amended environment law marks a new era … more

NOTICES & EVENTS

  • China’s Long March To Safe Drinking Water
    2 March, 2015 - China Water Risk & chinadialogue release report on the true status of China’s urban and rural drinking water
  • 7th World Water Forum
    12-17 April, 2015

    The 7th World Water Forum 2015 will be held under the theme of ‘Water for Our future’ in South Korea … more

  • SECTORS

    AgricultureAGRICULTURE

    The “UGH factor” is high – 14 Key Provinces identified in the 12FYP for Heavy Metal Pollution Control account for 60% of China’s sown lands…more

    PowerPOWER

    With an increasing focus on “water and power” check out China’s 8 game-changing policies impacting the two sectors…more

    F&BFOOD & BEVERAGE

    Andy Wales, Global Head of Sustainability at SABMiller tells us why measuring their water footprint is important and their plans to reduce it…more

    MiningMETALS & MINING

    There is no doubt: a mine without a secure water supply is a high-risk investment. More on this and what it means from GWI’s Olivia Jensen…more

    TextilesTEXTILES

    Centralised treatment with vague responsibilities & lax supervision shifts risks beyond textile factories in China, IPE’s Ma Yingying…more

    ElectronicsELECTRONICS

    For a long time, it has been cheaper for business to pollute than to pay for wastewater treatment. Now, it looks like this will come to an end…more

    NEWS

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