JANUARY 2006--Doug Ogden Examines the Potential to Improve Energy Efficiency in China at the Wilson Center
- U.S. Government Activities - U.S. and International Nongovernmental Organization Activities - U.S. Universities and Professional Activities - Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong Nongovernmental Organizations, GONGOs and Student Groups
An article coauthored by Dr. Jennifer Turner and assistant Juli Kim, featured on Foreign Policy in Focus.
China is a country of superlatives and contradictions, especially when it comes to energy – it is not only the largest producer and consumer of coal, but also the largest investor in renewable energy. Since 2010, China has been the world’s biggest and fastest growing market for wind power, which the government has prioritized for its cleaner energy and job creation potential. But waste and poor planning have left many new wind farms idle or disconnected from power grids.
China pivots towards northern Africa in its unprecedented wave of hydro-infrastructure development.
APRIL 2008 - These two new research briefs cover solid waste problems in rural China, as well as Hong Kong and Taiwan
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. Over the next several weeks, in infographics, photographs, and comprehensive articles, Choke Point: China Part II will examine the extraordinary measures that China is taking to shift the geography and production practices in its agriculture and energy sectors to provide adequate supplies of food, fossil fuels, and fresh water over the next decade.
China Environment Forum Partners With Western Kentucky University on USAID-Supported China Environmental Health Project
OCTOBER 2006-The Hoffman Environmental Research Institute at Western Kentucky University to work with the China Environment Forum
Green Labeling and Energy Efficiency in China by Gary McNeil and David Hathaway; Addressing Urgent Needs: The Emergence of Environmental Education in China by Jing Lin and Heidi Ross
The summary of an initiative by the Woodrow Wilson Center's China Environment Forum, funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.