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Climate change is coming fast and furious to the Tibetan plateau. Jane Qiu reports on the changes atop the roof of the world.
China's leading conservation centre is facing down an onslaught of rubber plantations. Jane Qiu reports from Jinghong.
Yunnan's worst drought for many years has been exacerbated by destruction of forest cover and a history of poor water management.
farms and cities, but no one knows its full extent. With about 20% of the world’s population but only about 5–7% of global freshwater resources, China draws heavily on groundwater. Those reserves are… Continue Reading
The pressure to rack up publications in high-impact journals could encourage misconduct, some say.
ia Wei, associate dean at the pharmacy school of Shanghai Jiao Tong University can remember hundreds of metabolic pathways by heart, but he gets confused by his graduate students’ publications. Three… Continue Reading
Jane Qiu investigates the thriving business of selling stem cell transplants as cure-alls for debilitating diseases.
In an effort to avoid a food crisis as the population grows, China is putting its weight behind genetically modified strains of the country's staple food crop. Jane Qiu explores the reasons for the… Continue Reading
The world's top emitter pledges cuts, but "substantial societal reforms" are needed to make them.