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China buys Israel’s largest food producer putting Zionists on edge

Green Prophet

These issues have included exposure of cruelty in the meat industry ; frozen fish from China that are pumped with water and Chemicals , and meat being fed with feces and pumped with toxic contaminants. Israel’s Frozen Fish Processed in China and Pumped With Water and Chemicals.

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Why China Wants Methanol from the Northwest

Sightline Daily

The plants would also consume about 200 megawatts of electricity per day, use about 2,500 gallons of water per minute, and produce a stew of waste that includes heavy metals, volatile organic compounds, and various air pollutants. Why produce in the Northwest?

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No Dream Too Big for China’s Mother River

Conservancy Talk

A thousand miles later, when meeting the East China Sea at Shanghai, the average flow has quadrupled.). The newest dam, Xiangjiaba, located at Yibin, will be able to produce three times the energy of Hoover Dam. Engineers and builders in China labor with intense purpose.

Wind power continues to beat nuclear energy in China

Green Blog

China has been the world’s largest consumer of energy since 2009 when the country surpassed the US. The majority of the energy which is produced and consumed in China comes from dirty fossil fuels. Not even in China. Despite this, coal remains king in China.

IRENA Produces Free Global Renewable Energy Atlas

Green Prophet

China has recently announced its intention to join the agency. It’s a sea-change for a region so linked to the hydrocarbon, but new clean energy initiatives are heating up the Middle East.

Israel's IDE Technologies Head to China for “Greener” Desalination.

Green Prophet

Now IDE is expanding its foreign operations even more by signing a deal with China’s large Tianjin SDIC electricity company to build four additional Multi-Effect Distillation (MED) desalination units, each with a production capacity of 25,000 cubic meters of distilled water per day.

VIDEO: Wait Until China Acts on Climate. What? They Are!? | Mother.

Mother Jones

VIDEO: Wait Until China Acts on Climate. China plans to introduce a carbon tax , says state-run news agency Xinhua. CHARTS: On Wind Power, China Kicks Our Butt New analysis of the US wind industrys place in the world market shows an unsettling trend. Skip to Navigation.

Why China Could Prove to be the Better Place for EVs

Green Prophet

Could China’s totalitarian government advance disruptive technology better? This week Shai Agassi’s Better Place is realizing a long held dream of moving to a better place to realize electric vehicle battery swapping in lieu of fast charging for the electric car: Guangzhou, China.

Clean Energy, Safer Rivers, More Fish

Conservancy Talk

That’s why The Nature Conservancy is pleased to sign an agreement with China Three Gorges Corporation. For instance, many large dams in China have a dual purpose: to generate hydroelectric power and to protect people and agriculture from flooding in the valleys below the dams.

Buy local and not at the People's Republic of China

Green (Living) Review

Every time that you go to Walmart, or other such outlets, you are supporting only the retail economy and the economy of the People's Republic of China. When, however, you buy from local producers you support local people and the local economy.

Is China’s Coastal Aquaculture Production a House of Cards?

Nature Conservancy - Science

And no country exports more shrimp than China. Yet how sustainable is shrimp aquaculture production in China? China produces approximately 70% of the world’s aquaculture shrimp, and its major shrimp-producing areas include the Yellow River Delta and the Pearl River Delta.

China's 80 billion-a-year chopstick habit has serious impact on forests

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) China's ever increasing demand for disposable chopsticks is taking an serious and ever growing toll on the country's forests, Chinese state media reports.

DGrade’s Hipster Trash Clothing is Made Cheap in China

Green Prophet

They use 20% less water, 50% less energy, and produce 55% less carbon emissions than the cotton manufacturing process requires, and they have recently opened a branch in the Dubai mall. Which was all very exciting, until we learned that their clothes are made in China.

Israel to Build $1.3 Billion Solar Project… for China??

Green Prophet

Everybody knows that China is the world leader in cheap solar. According to energy China Forum , the three solar arrays will total 240 MW, which is about the size of many coal plants. The panels will be produced by Suntech, the world’s largest solar panel producer.

Chart: What Exactly (Cough) Is Beijing (Hack) Breathing? | Mother.

Mother Jones

15, 2013 3:01 AM PST Tweet China's landlocked capital of 20 million people has experienced record-breaking pollution over the last few days. The South China Morning Post reported that visits to Beijing Children's Hospital hit a five-year high, with more than 7,000 patients a day.

A price floor on gas and diesel in China

Environmental Economics

In China, government officials are also taking steps to ensure that the recent plunge in oil prices to under $30 a barrel does not undermine its programs to improve energy efficiency.

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Mediterranean Net-Zero Home Based on 3,500-Year-Old Israeli Design

Green Prophet

Team Israel is all pumped up to show off their design skills at the upcoming 2013 international Solar Decathlon competition in China with All [e] Land – a Mediterranean net-zero prefab dwelling based on a 3,500-year-old archetypal Israeli design.

US, China, and Others Launch Coordinated Study of Soot’s Impact on Arctic Melting

Green (Living) Review

Scientists from the US, Norway, Russia, Germany, Italy, and China have come together to collect data on black carbon pollution, which is mostly produced from diesel vehicles and biomass-burning cook stoves, and packs a one-two warming punch in the Arctic and other areas of snow and ice.

Heliofocus Solar Technology Dish Unveiled in Israel

Green Prophet

Israel and China seem to be agreeing on more and more these days. That air is channeled through a heat exchange system that produces steam that spins a turbine. Business & Politics Cleantech, Science & Technology Energy China Israel Solar Energy

China increasing pricing

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) China is ending being the world's cheap factory floor having announced in the beginning of July 2010 a probably four-fold increase of pricing across the board. Once costs will be three or four times as what things cost presently, “Made in China”, and, as I said, the freighting costs are factored in then manufacturers may begin to look at producing at home once again.

China’s Pollution And Us

Eco Friendly Daily

With the 2008 Summer Olympic Games starting up tomorrow, there is a great deal of emphasis on the pollution in China. Many in North America decry the pollution in China, but they do not realize that their pollution is our problem in more ways than one.

Trash In China: Where Will It All Go?

Green Home Blog

Trash In China: Where Will It All Go? Trash in China. China is one of the most rapidly growing countries on earth: in 2010 its population reached 1.3 to become the world’s largest waste producer. By 2030 China will be handling three times as much trash as the U.S.

The Dangers of E-Waste

Green Blog

Developed nations are dealing with a crisis of overconsumption, which produces many harmful consequences. North America and Europe are known to export a large percentage of their e-waste to countries like India, China, and Ghana.

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CEstar Smart: The first ever electric sports car from China

EcoFriend

CEstar is also based in Shandong Province just like Binzhou and they are like brothers in blood, as they both enjoy a reputation for producing ugly cars. The weight of the vehicle stands at 660kgs and it will run on a 3000W motor capable of producing a maximum of 40 ponies.

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Report on Red Knots in China

10,000 Birds

The report was produced by Global Flyway Network. Or, to be more specific, a report (link is a PDF) on migratory Red Knots using the rapidly disappearing mudflats at Bohai Bay on the Yellow Sea about 190 km southeast of Beijing. Asides

Climate change talks have open in China

Green (Living) Review

UN climate chief urges countries to 'search for common ground' on global warming ahead of a year-end meeting in Mexico by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Epsom/Tianjin: Monday, October 4, 2010 saw the opening of a six-day conference in China – the world's biggest carbon emitter ahead of November-December talks in Cancún. One can but wonder as well how many of the climate activists also have traveled to China to make their voices heard and have wasted tons of CO2 and whatever else in the process.

The sun keeps shining bright: World solar power topped 100,000 megawatts in 2012

Green Blog

While PV production has become increasingly concentrated in one country—China—the number of countries installing PV is growing rapidly. Today roughly 60 percent of PV is manufactured in China. A decade ago, China produced almost no PV. But in a kind of gold rush spurred by easy bank loans and government tax incentives and subsidies, China hurtled past PV technology pioneers the United States (in 2006) and Japan (in 2008).

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China Aims For 100 GW of Wind Power By 2020

Wind Power Ninja

The total wind power generating capacity in China is currently 12,000 MW, but the nation, which is growing at the most rapid rate among all the countries in the world, wants to raise it to 20,000 MW by next year. China expects to have an annual wind power growth rate of 20 percent, according to Fang Junshi, head of the coal department of the National Energy Administration. ” Wind Power News china wind power

China to promote ethanol to minimize pollution

Eco Friendly Daily

China is considering a change in its energy policy to encourage the wider use of ethanol, a clean fuel made from agricultural products, to target the nation’s worsening air quality, a leading trader of the commodity said.

China’s thirst for coal is drying up

Sierra Club Compass

As the ‘ airpocalypse ’ news out of China continues to grow, what we predicted more than a year ago is now increasingly obvious - China’s seemingly endless coal demand is a myth , and the Chinese coal boom is over. Similarly, Shanxi produces 12 percent of the world’s coal.

Why the Paris Agreement is in the U.S.’s Best Interest

Conservancy Talk

Because it did not require emissions reductions from China, India and other developing countries. Today, China’s emissions exceed the U.S.’s What we were, China and India will soon become, so all nations must agree to share in the solution.

Rare Earth Metals Limits Clean Technology’s Future

Green Prophet

When combined with iron and boron, both readily available elements, it produced very strong magnets. China has it all. In 2010, China suspended exports of rare earths to Japan over a territorial dispute.

Visit the Tiny Town Where Big Coal Will Meet Its Fate | Mother Jones

Mother Jones

Courtesy Brett VandenHeuvel Last week Beijing saw its infamous smog thicken to unprecedented levels, driven largely by emissions from coal-fired power plants across China. Tim McDonnell Climate Desk Associate Producer Tim McDonnell is a Climate Desk fellow. Skip to Navigation.

China’s Growing Waterway Pollution Problem

Eco Friendly Daily

China is a booming country with increasing technology and increasing wealth. China’s own environmental ministry released disturbing figures this past June, noting the many pressures on the country’s waterways.

China’s take on Climate Change

Eco Friendly Daily

Just days before the latest G8 summit China has released a 62 page report on how it hopes to tackle the problem of climate change both in the long and short term. Ma Kai, chairman of China’s National Development and Reform Commission, said. “China is a developing country.

How is China Powered?

Celsias

Most of mainland China's electricity is produced from fossil fuels (80% from coal, 2% from oil, 1% from gas in 2006) and hydropower (15%). China has 13 nuclear power reactors in operation, and 25 under construction.More are about to start construction soon. Two large hydro projects are recent additions: Three Gorges of 18.2 GWe and Yellow River of 15.8 Rapid growth in demand has given rise to power shortages, and the reliance on fossil fuels has led to much air pollution.

Sundrop Farms grows tomatoes with seawater

Green Prophet

And Sundrop is producing what they say is a “better product, better for the people, better for the planet –– all year round.” In China for instance where the soil is contaminated with cadmium and lead, people are very eager to buy organic food grown hydroponically.

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China Wants Export Sector Exempt From Future Treaty

Eco Friendly Daily

This recently occurred when envoys from Japan, China and the EU were in Washington, D.C. The group discussed the future conference in which China and the United States are being pressured to agree to terms in order to participate in the treaty.

Renewable energy provides 6.5 million jobs globally

Green Blog

China is emerging as the top employer in the renewable energy industry, followed by Brazil, USA, India, Germany, Spain and Bangladesh. Between 2011 and 2013, the installations of solar photovoltaics in China alone increased five-fold.

Cheap Olive Oil Threatens to Destroy Middle East Growers and Suppliers

Green Prophet

While the plunging olive oil prices are hitting the ailing economies of Spain, Italy and Greece, the world’s largest producers of olive oil, they are ricocheting across the Levant, too. Olive oil producers have also started focusing their exports on non-traditional markets, particularly China, India and Japan. China increased its import of olive oil by 62% in 2011, but most of the imports came from European countries.