MAY 2008 - CEF's Linden Ellis Quoted in the Christian Science Monitor
JANUARY 2007 - The China Environment Forum releases its yearly publication.
China’s soaring economy, fueled by an unyielding appetite for coal, is threatened by the country's steadily diminishing freshwater reserves. The United States faces similar water-energy confrontations—over millions of gallons of water are taken from ranchers to develop the deep oil and gas shale reserves of the west and there are battles between Georgia and Florida over diminishing drinking water reserves. Global Choke Point, though, is not necessarily a narrative of doom and gloom. The presentations will examine both the challenges and opportunities presented by these looming choke points.
Dr. Jennifer Turner, director of China Environment Forum, talked about U.S.-China cooperation on energy and environmental sustainability at a 2009 China Town Hall at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn.
Charge to the Bush Administration: U.S. Interests in Energy Cooperation with China by Kelly Sims China's Changing Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Jeffrey Logan Seeking Contradictions" in the Field: Environmental Economics, Public Disclosure, and Cautious Optimism about China's Environmental Future by Eric Zusman Environmental Disputes and Public Service: Past and Present by Anna Brettell Clues and Cues by Humphrey Wou The Changing Context for Taiwanese Environmental NGOs by Sean Gilbert Let a Thousand Muckrakers Bloom by Ray Cheung
APRIL 2007 - Dr. Jennifer Turner discusses growing health and ecological degradation stemming from China's unchecked economic boom.