Environmental Mass Incidents in Rural China By Ma Tianjie Feature Box: Green Dragon Media Project By Max Perelman Spotlight on NGO Activism: Ensuring Clean Water for Communities in the Earthquake's Epicenter: A Child's Right Post-Disaster Relief Work in Sichuan By Eric Stowe
China Faces Reign of Sand: CEF Partners with Circle of Blue in Reporting on Inner Mongolia's Expanding Desert
JANUARY 2008 - Collaborative Journalism Project Covers Front Lines of Global Water Crises
The Woodrow Wilson Center's China Environment Forum and Circle of Blue have been working on the next part of the Choke Point: China series with support from Skoll Global Threats Fund. Circle of Blue’s director and senior editor just returned from the second fieldwork trip to China to examine the water-energy challenges facing second-tier cities, shale gas development, water pollution, and the expansion of agriculture in the northeast. The upcoming Choke Point: China part II reports will begin being posted later this month, but we already have some short blog posts as a preview. The first focuses on aquaculture in China.
China Environment Forum Publishes New Report "Reaching Across the Water" Highlighting Potential of Sino-U.S.-Japanese Partnerships to Address China's Water Governance Challenges
JUNE 2006--CEF Unveils New Publication Discussing China's Water Governance Challenges
Dr. Turner mentioned the importance and challenges of the new action plan.
MAY 2009 - CEF Meeting on Capitol Hill was recently featured in two articles on black carbon, the US, and China.