California and the Chinese province of Guangdong plan to help each other in reaching their low carbon goals.
Using regenerative landscape design, Turenscape Architects transformed a toxic landfill into a recreational park using natural, sustainable methods to restore damaged soil.
China has announced a 41% growth in electricity generated from wind power in 2012.
The winning design for the planned 13 million-square-foot exhibition hall in Tianjin, China, will reduce the hall’s carbon footprint through daylighting and natural ventilation.
A proposed primary school in Tiantai County, China, includes a clever rooftop natural-grass track that can reduce its carbon footprint while improving the health of its young students.
The fifth edition of the Low Carbon Competitiveness Index shows China, Japan and South Korea beginning to outshine Europe.
A new Chinese apartment complex will meet high German standards of energy efficiency in a hot, humid southern climate.
Japan, China, and India add strong reasons to expect the already-underway renewable revolution will scale even further and faster.
Tricycle House is a pedal-powered RV that explores the temporary relationship between people and the land they occupy.
In a remarkable development in China, the world’s biggest coal user, wind power production actually grew more than coal power production in 2012.