China Environment News

The Hans India Reported CEF Director Jennifer Turner's Visit and the Global 'Choke Point' Project

May 14, 2015
Dr. Jennifer Turner, Director of China Environment Forum, said that flaws in Indian government policies hindered the country's development of renewable energy and improvement of water quality at a Global "Choke Point" discussion in India.

The Statesmen Reported CEF Director, Jennifer Turner's Seminar with the Indian Chamber of Commerce

May 14, 2015
India and China need to strike up a dialogue on common problems such as air and water pollution, CEF Director, Jennifer Turner said at an a seminar on 'Global Choke Point: Water-Energy-Food Confrontations in China, US and India' organized by the Indian Chamber of Commerce, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the neighboring country.

New Kerala writes about Dr. Jennifer Turner's talk in Kolkata

May 13, 2015
Dr. Jennifer Turner gave a speech in Kolkata highlighting challenges for China and the world in the environmental sphere.

CEF Director, Jennifer Turner, quoted by Times of India on the lessons from China's ChokePoint crisis

May 13, 2015
The Times of India reported on Dr. Jennifer Turner's talk on China's environmental challenges and the lessons they hold for other countries.

INFOGRAPHIC: Conquering China’s Sludge Mountains

Apr 10, 2015
While Chinese officials make full frontal regulatory attacks on smog, untreated sludge, an often toxic byproduct from sewage treatment, continues to quietly spread into groundwater and contaminate soil and food.

Two Decades Trying to Solve China’s Environmental Problems: An Interview With WWF’s Tao Hu

Apr 08, 2015
Despite some critics, the U.S.-China agreement over carbon emissions achieved last November has sparked remarkable optimism in global climate negotiations. It’s also opened the door to new bilateral engagement between the U.S. and Chinese environmental communities on other issues, including China’s massive air pollution problems (16 of the world’s 20 most polluted cities are in China).

China’s Water-Energy-Food Roadmap: A New Global Choke Point Report

Apr 01, 2015
The creation of a water-energy research initiative in the landmark U.S.-China climate agreement last fall could be the beginning of a new and different path for Sino-U.S. collaboration.

China Daily Reported Documentary Cotton Road Screening at Wilson Center

Apr 01, 2015
A documentary film, The Cotton Road, directed by Laura Kissel was shown on March 18th at the Woodrow Wilson Center as part of the 23rd Environmental Film Festival in Washington. The film takes viewers on a journey with cotton from South Carolina to China that tries to stitch together some answers. More than 160 films from 31 countries are screened to promote dialogue and build understanding of environmental challenges and opportunities.

CEF Director, Jennifer Turner, Interviewed by Washington Post about the Documentary Under the Dome

Mar 31, 2015
In the past March, an online documentary about air pollution in China called “Under the Dome” has drawn thousands of millions of views. Some have compared the film to Rachel Carson’s book “Silent Spring,” the 1962 book on pesticides that led to a ban on DDT. CEF Director Jennifer Turner was interviewed by Washington Post to comment on the impacts and significance of this film.

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