China Carnival #19: Fengshui, Carbon Tax
Welcome to the October 21, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have two posts today. One listed 40 books from which we could learn about “Feng Shui“. The other talked about China’s carbon emission and related environmental economics.
Sheryl Owen presents Change of Address: Top 40 Books About Feng Shui posted at Change of Address, saying, “Feng Shui, which started in China in ancient times, is now being used world wide by various people to improve their lives and attract positive energy. If you want to learn more about managing your house, your office, or even your own body, here are 40 great Feng Shui books that you can read to get you started with this Chinese art form.”
just4theplanet presents China’s Carbon Tax posted at Just 4 the Planet, saying, “Cheng Siwei, a renowned Chinese economist, stated in his research, that pollution costs 34.5% of the Gross Domestic Product in 2005. At the ongoing World Economic Forum’s annual Summer Davos meeting, in the northern Chinese city of Tianjin, Cheng former vice chairman of the Standing Committee of China’s National People’s Congress, said that China is estimated to reduce the proportion of fossil fuel in the total energy mix from the current 91 percent to 85 percent in 2020.”
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