JULY 2009- Former CEF speaker Jim Watson and coauthor Dr. Tao Wang have published a new report- "China's Energy Transition: Pathways for Low Carbon Development"
Chinese and Japanese versions. Authors Jennifer Turner and Kenji Otsuka examine international cooperation promoting sustainable river basin governance in China.
AUGUST 2007 - "Water-borne Illness" and "Environmental and Health Threats from Cement Production" are now online.
As part of CEF-Circle of Blue joint Choke Point: China initiative, these research briefs seek to discover the water-food-energy crises in and around China. This project is made possible by Skoll Global Threats Fund, Energy Foundation, China Sustainable Energy Program, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, U.S. Agency for International Development, and Vermont Law School.
A joint initiative by CEF and Breakthrough Technologies Institute made possible by a grant from the Blue Moon Fund
Circle of Blue’s senior editor reports from the field, literally, as he ends his second week in the rice paddies of rural China.
Jennifer Turner, director of the China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson Center, talked to Clean Skies News about the impact of China's announced carbon intensity cuts on the upcoming climate negotiations in Copenhagen.
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.