Tyee journalist Geoff Dembicki reports from Beijing and Canada on the burgeoning cleantech market in China and why doing business there presents special risks and rewards for Canadian firms. This series, part of which was co-published by the Toronto Star, was produced with the support of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada's media fellowship program.
In This Series
Behind China's Green Wall: Special Report
Canada's cleantech innovators must navigate a business culture where potential profits are huge, but so are risks. First in a week-long series.
China's Fast Path to Green Tech
The giant's goals for renewable energy are so huge they are changing the global economic map. Second in a week-long series.
How to Rev up Canada's Cleantech Industry
Innovators here rank well against global competitors, but growth is stunted by Ottawa's priorities, say analysts. Third in a week-long series.
Tale of Two Eco-Conflicted Nations: China, Canada
Both countries are booed at climate summits, but guess which rates far higher on 'energy efficiency'? Fourth in a week-long series.
Planet Saving Brain Power: The Beijing-BC Connection
Can Canadian and Chinese cleantech researchers unite to stave off global warming? At UVic the experiment is underway. Last in a series.