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Changhua Wu: The Clean Revolution in China

Changhua Wu is the Greater China Director of The Climate Group. As an analyst focusing on China’s environment and development policies, Changhua Wu was also a member of the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s Expert and Advisory Group and brainstormed for proposals for the Accord in 2009 Global Climate Change Copenhagen Summit.

In her Blog, Changhua will be commenting on Chinese climate policy and the growth of clean technologies; in short, sharing China's own Clean Revolution.

Translated by: Wen Hao, Echo, Ge Xin, Sofia Li-Hsin Lee and Fang Zuo.

  • Calculating Climate Insurance

    21 March 2014

    Changhua Wu, Greater China Director of The Climate Group comments on the necessity of climate change insurance ahead of Swiss Re's upcoming 150 anniversary event in Beijing on March 21.

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  • COP19 Warsaw: ‘Means of implementation’ is a critical issue for China

    06 November 2013

    Next week, COP19 in Warsaw begins. Changhua Wu, our Greater China Director, suggests this is the key moment for China and other leading countries to take urgent action towards tacking climate change - and begin the means of implementation.

    su wei china
  • China smog shut down should provoke urgent action from our leaders: Changhua Wu

    14 October 2013

    This week dangerous smog caused one of northeastern China’s biggest cities to be shut down by the government. Changhua Wu, our Greater China Director suggests this is a warning to Chinese and international leaders to take urgent action towards tacking climate change, weeks before COP19 begins in Warsaw, Poland.

    smog city
  • My thoughts on summer Davos participation in Dalian

    01 October 2013

    Changhua Wu, Greater China Director, The Climate Group, writes about her experiences at the Annual Meeting of the New Champions, also known as Summer Davos.

    Li Keqiang
  • China's vehicle electrification subsidies are a strategic choice by government

    18 September 2013

    Changhua Wu, Greater China Director, The Climate Group blogs about the announcement from China's government of new subsidies for new energy vehicles such as electric vehicles, to reduce pollution in the country's major cities.

    plug in car
  • We need a more profound change to clean our energy structure

    26 June 2013

    Changhua Wu comments on the ten air pollution prevention and control measures that Premier Li Keqiang announced in China last week.

    China Flag
  • There are still many lessons to be learned in China's solar PV industry

    22 June 2013

    Changhua Wu is the Greater China Director of The Climate Group. In her blog, Changhua comments on Chinese climate policy and the growth of clean technologies; in short, sharing China's own Clean Revolution. Here, she comments on the solar sector development that Premier Li Keqiang called for in China last week.

    Solar panel sky
  • Changhua Wu on Beijing's smog: Mother's Day, our children's future

    09 May 2013

    Beijing is the homeland of more than 24 million people. I am a mother with a 13-year-old boy. And my family has been living here for more than ten years. When local statistics bodies keep telling you that lung cancer is now the biggest killer of residents of Beijing, you can imagine how parents feel.

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  • Guizhou's rivers are in need of governance

    25 April 2013

    This week I have been in Guiyang, to study and explore the establishment of ecological compensation mechanisms in water-basin resources management, with particular attention on the Red River Basin.

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  • Working with the Asia-Pacific Water Forum

    18 March 2013

    This is just an update to let you know that on top of my Director role at The Climate Group, I am now officially Vice Chair of the Governing Council of Asia-Pacific Water Forum.

    China LED lights in Guiyang

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