FEBRUARY 2005--Jennifer Turner quoted in Newsweek International article on SEPA's stand against dams
Chinese and Japanese versions. Authors Jennifer Turner and Kenji Otsuka examine international cooperation promoting sustainable river basin governance in China.
The Woodrow Wilson Center and Circle Blue’s Choke Point work goes global. In November 2010, the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum and Circle of Blue launched the Choke Point: China research and reporting initiative. The partners subsequently produced a rich collection of stories, photos and infographics that examined how energy development is impacting China’s vulnerable water resources and food production. In the next phase of Choke Point: China, CEF has created a team of U.S. and Chinese water and energy experts to hold dialogues in Beijing in August 2013 to discuss possible solutions to China’s growing water-food-energy confrontations and opportunities for US-China cooperation.
Circle of Blue reporter Nadya Ivanova starts her second of three weeks reporting in the field from China, where she wonders about the effects of regional development and pollution on farming practices.
AUGUST 2009- Three new research briefs regarding energy in China have been posted. The topics are smart grid, electric cars, and green building and they are all available online.
As part of CEF's project Cooperative Competitors, these research briefs seek to dive into promising areas of clean energy and climate collaboration that can benefit the environment and promote more sustainable energy production for both the U.S. and China. This project is made possible with funding from Blue Moon Fund and Rockefeller Brothers Fund and additional support from USAID and Vermont Law School.
DECEMBER 2007 - CEHP's and Former CEF Speaker Chris Groves to Speak in Berkeley, CA
19 July 2001--Renewable Energy in China5 September 2001--NGO Conservation Work in Tibet and Western Sichuan20 November 2001--U.S.-Japan Environmental Cooperation: Promoting Sustainable Development in China12 December 2001--(R)evolution in Rural China1 February 2002--Powering Up the Dragon: World Bank and NGO Energy Efficency Projects in China26 February 2002--Green Activism and Civil Society Development in South Korea6 March 2002--Tokyo Workshop on U.S.-Japan Environmental Cooperation15 March 2002--Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital: Screening of The Herdsmen22 March 2002-- Integrated Energy Options and Health Benefits Study for Shanghai, China8 April 2002--Regional Integration of Hong Kong and Guangdong: Hopes and Fears
Turner told CTV that cancer rates in China have increased by 80 percent over the pass three decades.