Freiamt residents produce 17 percent more electricity than they use, boosting their bottom line and proving that green isn’t just for geeky idealists.
Why does China crush opponents in diving? How does South Korea do so well in archery? Excellence in an Olympic sport can be a result of traditions or serendipity.
Television, the long-dominant medium, becomes just one of many video outlets.
It's not every day that a major urban center suddenly puts the brakes on its industrial emissions. As Beijing tries to clear the air for the Olympic Games, one researcher is jumping at the chance to observe how the atmosphere is responding to what's being called the "great shutdown."
The wish list includes continued security aid to balance China, greater engagement, and trade.
The Olympic Committee and China linked the Games to reforms that have gone unfulfilled.