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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has called on China to promote the use of carbon dioxide capture and storage, an emerging technology that it said can greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Government & Policies

Energy usage set to tighten to curb excess

Authorities will restrict energy supply in areas with excessive increases in energy usage and high energy-consuming industries, said a high-ranking official with the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's top economic planning body.


Becoming greener from the ground up

At half past six in the morning, while half of Beijing is still lingering in bed or enjoying a leisurely breakfast, Wang Fengqin, a 61-year-old Beijinger, rushes through her busiest hours in the day.

Growth pattern transformation lifts social well-being

Customers' new installment way to go shopping

Go-green messenger


ADB promotes CO2 capture

Entrepreneurs get policy boost

Clean energy sources powering ahead

Govt wants private sector boost

China makes rapid new energy strides

Metal recycling may ease steel makers' import dependence

Local firms lure back migrant workers

Green energy needs huge spend

Tough time for towns where mines run dry

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