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Are China’s Cities Headed for a Water Crisis?

Serious water crisis due to never-ending drought struck São Paulo and, consequently, the city faces a massive problem to quench its 20 million citizens’ thirst. Similar situations are affecting cities around the world, including many Chinese cities. For nearly half a century, the capacity and number of rivers in China have decreased significantly, with a […]
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BASF Moves Students From Inspiration to Action

Last week, As part of BASF’s 150th anniversary program in Shanghai, BASF hosted a 24 hour sustainable transportation creatathon involving teams from 7 of Shanghai’s universities. With the goal of the event to inspire the teams to create APP-based solution that would help urban residents make better transport decisions. With China’s struggle with smog, energy […]
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What’s behind China’s student exodus?

When Unigroup recently announced that they were now moving twice as many expatriates out of China as they were into China, it created quite a stir for the global press. A piece by the WSJ stated: “For years, China was a promised land for expanding multinationals and manufacturers, drawing hordes of expatriate employees eager to […]
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Collective Responsibility at CEIBS

This month, Rich Brubaker hosted a sustainable business session at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai. Robert Duguay, VP & GM of Ecolab’s Water Division, David Nieh, Head of Lend Lease China, and Patrick Riley, China GM for Interface were the keynote speakers to the latest MBA class. Robert Duguay spoke about the […]
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