The developing nations in Asia-Pacific are projected to require US$400 billion to US$700 billion in annual investment in the energy sector over the next 25 years, and the Japan-led Asian Developmen

International experts are investigating the sudden deaths of more than 100,000 endangered saiga antelope in Kazakhstan, raising fears that a species that has been around since the Ice Age may be at

Most Hongkongers are willing to produce renewable energy at home, for example by investing in rooftop solar power generators if utility companies agree to buy the surplus electricity generated, acc

At least 14 people died and two others are missing following severe rain storms across most of southern China in the past three days, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

While pollutant counts fall in Pearl River Delta, concentration of harmful gas increases: report

Government will adopt public-private tie-ups and 'green' bonds to raise funds, forum told

Levels of tiny particles polluting the air in Hong Kong's Central business district are 104 per cent higher than the World Health Organisation safety standard during evening rush hour, according to

Lawyers says residents suing the plant, claiming it has given children high traces of harmful metal in their blood, are being pressured into dropping the case

Japan and China agreed on Wednesday to step up their cooperation in combating air pollution when their environment ministers held their first talks in three years in the latest sign of thawing rela

Although China's huge investments in Latin American resources have generated environmental and social problems, Chinese companies operating in the continent have sometimes surpassed global peers in