Posts Tagged ‘China’

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India Is Not China-Peaking Emissions

Feb 15, 2015 | Author: Rajendra Shende

peaking emissions
I was interviewed by French Journalist when President Obama Visited New Delhi. Many expected that India would announce the year its emissions will peak-as was done by China when Obama visited Bejing earlier. Here is brief interview on page 4 of Ouest France.

Chairman Mao’s Home Province Hunan: Is there still to learn from farmers?

Jan 06, 2014 | Author: Rajendra Shende

China Farmer factory
Food Security , a Challenge for China in wake of soil degradation. Interviews with Chinese Farmer, Vice-minister of land and resources, NGO, and a scholar. Extract from China Daily and New York Times.

Partial Eclipse: Solar Crisis and Sun Shine

Jul 13, 2013 | Author: Rajendra Shende

solar-eclipse wind mill -2012
I was invited to write an article on the occasion of OECD Forum of May 2013 about recent ups and downs of the progress and prospects of   PV modules and panels in context of its falling prices.  Read the article that was published in special issue of OECD Forum: “Partial Eclipse”.

May Revolution in China

May 26, 2013 | Author: Rajendra Shende

China Long March
This time it is about cooling with flammable refrigerants 26th May 2013 Come May. My Chinese history-buds start sensing a revolution in the air. I recall discussing with the Chinese professors way back in 1993, when China was cracking open the doors to outsiders, the root causes and impacts of well -known Forth May Revolution

Sealing the Hole and Sealing the Deal Convenient opportunity To address Inconvenient truth.

Sep 18, 2009 | Author: Rajendra Shende

On 17th September I had pleasure in addressing Foreign Correspondents Club of China in Beijing . Venue was Cultural Center of Indian Embassy . What I enjoyed most was the question answer session with the most brilliant journalists stationed in Beijing and of course samosa and potato bonda with chatuny . Most enjoyable experience indeed.

China OzonAction

Dec 13, 2007 | Author: Rajendra Shende

The day was 16 September 1995. As Beijing’s sky was being lit with the  autumn morning sun, an inspiring event was unfolding place at Xidan Commercial area, Mr. Xie Zhenhua, then Administrator of NEPA and now Minister of SEPA, and Mr. Liu Yi, then the new Director of China’s Ozone Layer Protection unit, were standing