The UK is considering building a solar power station in space to help achieve net-zero emissions. Could it work? An engineer explains the pros and cons.
Despite the official rhetoric that China will not change its zero-COVID policy stance, the government has been adjusting it at a regional level since 2021.
The steep increases in daily COVID-19 infections in China are raising concerns about the economic costs of the country's zero-tolerance disease containment.
The transition of the Western rental car industry to electric vehicles could see car fleets increasingly switch from European and American to Asian automakers.
Tests of salt-tolerant ‘seawater rice’ strains have produced high yields and could help China feed its 1.4 billion people. Here’s what you need to know.
Achieving net-zero on a global scale is expected to cost around $125 trillion in climate investment, with global efforts totaling $755 billion.
The Year of the Tiger: a study from the WWF reveals that the global tiger population is finally increasing after more than a century of gradual decline.
The PBOC says China's cryptocurrency ban is to curtail financial crime and prevent economic instability, but are concerns about capital flight at play?
World leaders, scientists, economists and an astronaut live from space - all spoke at the Davos Agenda. This podcast presents some of the audio highlights
President of the People's Republic of China, Xi Jinping, addressed The Davos Agenda.
President Xi Jinping's pledge that China will be carbon neutral by 2060 requires global cooperation between nations to achieve ambitious climate targets.
China has an opportunity to achieve its economic and social ambitions and the vision of ecological civilization, while creating millions of sustainable jobs by 2030 if it transforms three...
Economics and finance professor, Muhammad Ali Nasir, looks at whether the global economy will recover in 2022.
The Times Higher Education survey ranks the world’s universities by global reputation. There’s no change at the top for 2021 - but China has broken into the top 10 for the first time.
Global (CO2) emissions from fossil fuels and cement have rebounded by 4.9% this year, new estimates suggest, following a Covid-related dip of 5.4% in 2020.