Europe – tell China to cut their GHGs ok?

Yesterday the Globe and Mail reported that Stephen Harper will be meeting with European leaders both in large meetings and privately to convince them to pressure China and India to “level the playing field” of development and climate change. 1. … Continue reading

Earthquake shakes spirits

2008 is shaping up to be an unlucky year for China. Tragedies have served to balance the nationalistic energies focused on the Olympics. But one thing these troubles may have served to accomplish is a feeling of brotherhood between all ethnic Chinese scattered across the globe.

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Imperial Oil Defends Oil Sands Development

Well, it’s offical.  Oil sands are going to save the planet, bringing much needed prosperity to all. The Calgary Herald reported today that Imperial Oil (whose parent company, Exxon, is one of the biggest corporate “climate change disblievers” out there) has demonstrated how good and selfless they are in developing the oil sands – for the sake … Continue reading

Basic Information – Who am I?

Today I began at my new post as Clean Fuels Program Manager at Beijing-based Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation (iCET). iCET began with a fuel efficiency labelling project for vehicles in China, and has since expanded into clean fuel … Continue reading