Nearly 70 percent of water withdrawn in China is for agriculture, while 20 percent is withdrawn to mine, process, and consume coal.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.
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.
JULY 2008 - Dr. Jennifer Turner appears on OnPoint to discuss the importance of water pollution and supply issues in China.
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.
JULY 2008 - Dr. Jennifer Turner comments on Beijing's clean air initiatives
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.
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.
MARCH 2007 - Dr. Jennifer Turner quoted in "Multinational Business Group Launches Sustainability Push with China."