ANALYSIS

Wind & Sun - Relief For Chinas Dry North

China’s North is parched but is home to a significant amount of coal reserves & arable land. Can wind & solar power help bring relief? CWR’s Thieriot on how but be warned, challenges remain … more

OPINIONS

China-BWS Map - WRI's New China Map

With more granular data from the Chinese government, WRI China upgraded its Aqueduct Baseline Water Stress (BWS) maps for China. BWS China developers Wang, Zhong & Long explain key differences … more

NOTICES & EVENTS

  • New CWR Report! Rare Earths: Shades Of Grey
    China Water Risk publishes report 'Rare Earths: Shades Of Grey - Can China continue to fuel our clean and smart future?'
  • World Water Week 2016
    28 August, 2016

    We are co-convening a seminar with IASS & GWP, “Making sound energy choices today to achieve water security tomorrow” … more

  • SECTORS

    AgricultureAGRICULTURE

    China’s new Soil Ten Action Plan completes China’s pollution plan trifecta. See which industries are hit & how tight deadlines are… more

    PowerPOWER

    Areas along the Yangtze River dominate Chinese production but at what cost? CWR’s HU takes a look at pollution, water & food risks… more

    F&BFOOD & BEVERAGE

    Doug Woodring, founder of the Plasticity Forum, shares key points from the 5th annual forum in Shanghai and the circular future of plastics… more

    MiningMETALS & MINING

    Wind & solar power are set to soar in China & globally but expansion could intensify little talked about but toxic hidden water risks… more

    TextilesTEXTILES

    Companies are struggling to understand their producer’s environmental performance & impact. Flavia Micilotta on how BEPI can help… more

    ElectronicsELECTRONICS

    20-50 mn metric tonnes of electronic waste is generated annually in China. It’s the fastest growing waste stream & highly toxic. CWR expands… more

    NEWS

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