China, Renewable Energy, and Their Case for Environmental Funding

┬áChina is really big. We know, we’ve seen the pictures. At more than 1.3 billion inhabitants and counting, the People’s Republic of China represents almost 1/5th of Earth’s total population. China’s population and advanced industries continue to grow at an alarming rate, creating a unique set of environmental issues. Their national landscape reveals challenges endemic…

USGCC June 12th Newsletter

U.S Green Chamber Chairman Visits Brazil Ahead of Massive U.N. Conference on Sustainable Development by Peter Zahn This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first Earth Summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro. The 1992 gathering kicked off a series of United Nations environmental conferences that have been held in places like Kyoto,…