Since I’m in balmy Hong Kong, I thought I’d share the environmental headlines from this morning’s South China Morning Post:

“Dalai Lama shifting focus to climate change, US cables show”

“Beijing plans more efforts to control nature”

“Cool heritage: The green credentials of historic buildings are too often overlooked”

“A new bus route”

“Henan suffers power shortage that could worsen amid cold weather”

“Taxi fuel surcharge rejected”

“Airport businesses to cut emissions”

“Formula One takes the greener road”

Finally a photo: “Bottle Bank. A worker piles up plastic bottles collected at a recycling center in Hefei, Anhui province. China, the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter, has some of the world’s worst water and air pollution.”

But perhaps the best headline is about a different type of environment: “Singapore launches toilet manners plan”