Monthly Archives: February 2012

Angel Hsu: What Jeremy Lin and US-China Cooperation on Climate Change Dont Yet Have in Common

In an article titled “What Jeremy Lin and US-China Cooperation on Climate Change Don’t (Yet) Have in Common”, Angel Hsu, the Project director at the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy, talks about the glaring omission in recent high … Continue reading

Posted in Sino-global collaboration | Leave a comment

Sino-Danish Renewable Energy Development Programme

Here is yet another example of an inter-state collaboration on renewable energy. As the Danes have been one of the world leaders in developing wind technology, it would make sense in the context of Chinese technology transfer strategy. For the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

China National Renewable Energy Center

There are a whole slew of different initiatives in China addressing renewable energy issues. This one in particular is specified for "collaboration programs with the international community". Beijing, Feb 24 (Prensa Latina) "China established a research center to manage renewable … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Sino-Global Energy Futures: collaboration or conflict

In April 2011 I applied to become one of Berkshire Publishing Group’s “{Bao} China Futures Fellows”. I’m happy to announce that I’ve been selected, and would like to express my gratitude to Karen Christensen and the Berkshire Publishing Group for … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment