As per an international research, it has been revealed that a deadly strain of the bird flu named as the H7N9 is able to get transferred between certain animals through air.
China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) have made an announcement that the country will restrict its greenhouse emissions by 2016, which has been refused by China to commit on these global guidelines. The rising levels of toxic pollution in China is suffocating it industrial centres which made it change to the greener policy.
The Chinese environmental authorities have given a nod to construct the world's tallest dam, despite concerns over negative impacts of the project on endangered species and rare species.
The 314 meter high dam will be constructed on the Dadu River in south-western Sichuan province. It forms part of the Shuangjiangkou hydropower project.
Beijing-based State Grid Corp of China (SGCC), which is the world's biggest utility company by revenue, has said that it is planning to acquire Australian power assets in a deal valued at billions of dollars.
It has been recently revealed that China is interested in strengthening joint medical research relation with Africa. Discussions have been taking place and as per it, research and development is one of the key areas of collaboration.
According to a report from Chinese health authorities, the death toll for a new strain of bird flu has reached 31. After recent instances of four deaths by this disease, H7N9 virus deaths have touched 129.