Choke Point: China is a collection of on-the-ground reporting that uses text, photographs, and interactive graphics to illustrate the potentially devastating confrontation between economic growth and the demands for water and energy – a crisis that is already manifesting across the world’s most populous country and is certain to grow more urgent over the next decade as China continues to develop. This video made by our parter Circle of Blue outlines China's water, energy, and food challenges.
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
Lack of food safety drives local, organic food production
A recent study published by Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that pollution from heavy industry concentrated in eastern China is drifting across the Pacific Ocean and helping foul the air on North America’s west coast. Interviewed by The Globe and Mail (Canada), Dr.Turner comments on the responsibility for China’s pollution problem.
MAY 2008 - Dr. Jennifer Turner quoted by Voice of America - Chinese Edition
FEBRUARY 2007 - Contact information for commentary authors Anne Arquit Niederberger, Conrad U. Brunner, and Zhou Dadi.
Politico's most recent article on China's air pollution recapped the important takeaways from CEF's March 14th meeting on Co-Control with Hu Tao from Ministry of Environmental Protection in China and Susan Anenberg from the USEPA. Click the title to read the article.