A Green Tower for Red China

When its finished in 2014, the state-of-the-art skyscraper known as Shanghai Tower is expected to be a symbol of China’s green-energy prowess.

Powerland Shanghai: A Green Tower for Red China
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34 comments

Warren Webber
Warren Webber2 years ago

Live long and prosper

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KS Goh
KS Goh5 years ago

Thanks for the article.

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Monica D.
Monica D5 years ago

This sounds nice.

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teresa royer
Terry Royer5 years ago

the biggest polluters are now becoming the greenes...good for them!!!! and USA should start to look for better ways and stop giving excuses..or we will be left behind ( we are almost there...what a shame) it's time to wake-up!!!!!!

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Elaine Pequegnat
Elaine Pequegnat5 years ago

INGENIOUS! Hope it leads to new learnings that will be applied world-wide!

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Jay Williamson
Jay w5 years ago

interesting

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Sandi C.
Sandi C5 years ago

NOTED!

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heather g.
heather g5 years ago

China suffers from really poor air quality in their cities and pollution in their rivers, but they have made many excellent environmental changes. I like the way they are replanting the desert areas and generally planting more trees. The biggest problem they have to deal with is over-population, however they are inventive, efficient and very hard-working people.
I'm always mystified by the fact that the west criticises them for their pollution, yet the western governments have outsourced 80% of all the manufacturing to China. Then they object to cutting emissions and again point to China !

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Sharon O'malley
Sharon O'malley5 years ago

Definitely need that there!

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Lynn C.
Lynn C5 years ago

WE are coated in coal, oil, hideous chemicals ad infinitum, and should be very glad at least one huge industrial country is proud to be doing something green!
Nobody in Washington is bragging about the newest, greenest thing they've done!

Nothing is going to happen overnight, but if the right attitude is obtained throughout the populace and worms it's way up into the halls of government, we just might begin to see a change we could be proud of here in this country.

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