Tag Archive: environmental movement

See beyond a blaming game

Half way through the climate negotiation here in Tianjin, China and the U.S. are once again caught in heavy bickering and finger-pointing. Both have made damning accusations of the other side for negotiating… Continue reading

Green Camel, tirelessly protecting the Yellow River in Gansu, China

Green Camel Bell (GCB), is a Non-Profit environmental protection organization in Gansu, formally established on 4th, November, 2004. It aims to protect and to restore the continuing deteriorating ecological environment in Western China.… Continue reading

China’s Environmental NGOs: Perspectives from a U.S. NGO – by Leigh Billings

This post was written by Leigh Billings and originally published in the China Crossroad, now Collective Responsibility on April 28, 2009 Last month I got to talk with Pacific Environment’s Xiu Min Li,… Continue reading