Latest sustainability news.

19 April, 2016

Scott Kennedy moderated comments on the foreign NGO law and other developments impacting how corporations invest in society.

25 March, 2016

To honor companies that contribute to a better China, the American and British chambers and the CBBC organized the first-ever CSR Awards.

23 October, 2015

Nicole Pu, Director of Development, says the nonprofit is looking to expand its scope, with new schools, more donors and more programs for training rural teachers.

11 September, 2015

A rising star in the clean tech industry, Rosie Pidcock says she still uses lessons learned at her first job at McDonalds.

26 August, 2015

Experts from UNDP and Standard Chartered held a briefing on Project Everyone, helping members understand what their organizations can do to realize the Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

17 June, 2015

Economic growth has lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty and improved the lives of many more over the last half-century. Yet it is increasingly evident that a model of human development based on economic progress alone is incomplete.

21 May, 2015

Few would dispute the severity of the air quality problem that plagues large Chinese cities like Beijing and the desperate need for viable solutions to this problem.

15 April, 2015

The 100,000 Strong Foundation, a nonprofit devoted to deepening the relationship between the US and China by making language learning and study abroad programs available to more Americans, recently established a partnership with AmCham China.

15 April, 2015

AmCham China's Business Sustainability Committee shares how the concept of "business sustainability" has changed to incorporate the concept of shared value, moving away from the less robust concept of corporate social responsibility.

10 April, 2015

Anders Hove and several of his colleagues from the Paulson Institute spoke at the AmCham China Conference Center on Wednesday, April 8, to discuss how market forces can help improve air quality so that all of China can breathe easier.