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Choke Point: China's Provincial Water Resources and Use (2002-2010)

Nearly 70 percent of water withdrawn in China is for agriculture, while 20 percent is withdrawn to mine, process, and consume coal. By 2020, China’s water use — driven in large part by the 30 percent expected increase in coal-fired power production — will increase dramatically.

CEF Speaker Releases New Report on China's Future Carbon Emissions

APRIL 2009 -- Former CEF speaker Jim Watson in conjunction with the Sussex Energy Group and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research released a report on China's carbon emissions.

CEF Director Featured on E&ETV

JULY 2008 - Dr. Jennifer Turner appears on OnPoint to discuss the importance of water pollution and supply issues in China.

China Environment Series 7 (2005)

The China Environment Series publications contain articles, commentaries, and meeting summaries that examine environmental and energy challenges facing China; they also explore creative ideas and opportunities for governmental and nongovernmental (NGO) cooperation.

CEF Director Quoted by NBC on the Olympics

JULY 2008 - Dr. Jennifer Turner comments on Beijing's clean air initiatives

China Environment Series 6 (2003)

CES 6 provides articles, commentaries, and meeting summaries that examine environmental and energy challenges facing China; it also explores creative ideas and opportunities for governmental and nongovernmental (NGO) cooperation.

INTERACTIVE: Mapping China’s “Dam Rush”

The China Environment Forum is proud to introduce our second interactive infographic: a map of China’s “dam rush” in its southwest region. The map depicts the impressive scale of the country’s dam build-up to tap the hydropower potential of the rich river systems in the southwest.

CEF Coordinator Quoted in Inside Green Business Article

MARCH 2007 - Dr. Jennifer Turner quoted in "Multinational Business Group Launches Sustainability Push with China."

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