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Jennifer Turner, Director of CEF, was quoted in several news articles on Chinese edition of VOA News

JULY 2009- As an expert on environmental problems and activities in China, Jennifer Turner shared her insights on a number of environmental issues that have profound implications for both US and China.

CEF Assistant Quoted on Organic Farming

MAY 2008 - CEF's Linden Ellis Quoted in the Christian Science Monitor

CES 6 Commentaries, pp. 110-140:

More Players on the Stage: New Trends in Shanghai's Water Pollution Control Policies by Seungho Lee Community Forestry in Yunnan Province by Kenji Kitamura and Guangxia Cao Coastal Zone Management in the People's Republic of China: A Unique Approach? by Maren Lau What if All China Golfed? Prospects for an Environmentally-Friendly and Conflict-Free Golf Industry in China by Timothy Hildebrandt The Zhangjiajie Phenomenon by Huang Liangbin Why Industry's Environmental Performance Doesn't Count by Joakim Nordqvist and Gabriel Somesfalean

China Environment Series 8 Publication Launch

JANUARY 2007 - The China Environment Forum releases its yearly publication.

Call for Proposals: China Environment Series 13

The Editor of the Woodrow Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum (CEF) is pleased to announce a call for proposals for feature articles, commentaries, boxes and infographics for the next issue of our annual China Environment Series publication.
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CES 12 Preview: Sustainable Coffee Growing in Yunnan

Yunnan is a microcosm of the intertwined challenges facing China; climate change, strained water resources, and rising energy and food demand to meet the demands of the world’s largest country are together forming a Choke Point that cannot be ignored. In a striking example of one such growing water-energy-food choke point, Yunnan's Nuozhadu Dam on the Mekong River is located in Pu'er, the epicenter of Yunnan's coffee growing boom. Yunnan's looming threats of drought, dams, development, and deforestation are making the need for sustainable water practices, like those in Starbucks' C.A.F.E. Practices, all the more urgent.

CEF's Jennifer Turner interviewed on CleanSkies TV

Jennifer Turner, director of the China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson Center, talked to Clean Skies News about the impact of China's announced carbon intensity cuts on the upcoming climate negotiations in Copenhagen.

CEF Director Contributes to New CSIS Report on Promoting Confidence Building Across the Taiwan Strait

SEPTEMBER 2008 - Dr. Jennifer Turner Contributes Section in Report on Cross-Strait Environmental Confidence Building Measures

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