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.
CONFERENCES ON THE ENVIRONMENT IN CHINA 79, INVENTORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL WORK IN CHINA 81, BIBLIOGRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE LITERATURE 94
Ethan Goffman of Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy attends CEF's June 14 event and writes about his findings on the SSPP blog.
Feature Box: The Clean Air Task Force China Project: U.S.-China Collaboration as a Pathway to Clean Coal TechnologyBy Jonathan F. LewisFeature Box: Environmental Mass Incidents in Zhejiang ProvinceBy Ada Yue WuFeature Article: Green Bounty Hunters: Engaging Chinese Citizens in Local Environmental EnforcementBy Zhang Xuehua
An article by Dr. Jennifer Turner and assistant Linden Ellis featured as the "Policy Watch" in the March 2007 issue of the China Monitor.
JANUARY 2008 - China-based CE65 Translates and Distributes CES 10 Call for Papers
The water-energy-food choke point is forcing a new 21st century reckoning.
Dr. Jennifer Turner, director of China Environment Forum, talked about U.S.-China cooperation on energy and environmental sustainability at a 2009 China Town Hall at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn.
CEF Coordinator Jennifer Turner Discusses China's Timber Hunger in a VOA Story on Global Deforestation
JUNE 2006--Jennifer Turner Highlights the Influence of Deforestation on Biodiversity