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Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Investigates China's Water Challenge

Dr. Elizabeth Economy from Council on Foreign Relations testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs and talked about China's water challenge and its implications for the U.S. rebalance to Asia.

CES 10 Commentaries, pp. 117-150

Environmental Management and Public Health: Challenges and Opportunities in China's Mobile Phone and Telecommunication Industries By Jacob Park Feature Box: Strategies for Decreasing the Carbon Footprint of Chinese Companies and Meeting Global Sustainability Challenges By David Hathaway Yours, Mine, Whose Water? Evolving Water and Property Rights in China By Sonja Schiller Spotlight on NGO Activism: Redefining the GMO Debate in China: Greenpeace China By Lorena Luo Turning a Double Exposure into a Double Dividend: Black Carbon From Indoor Air Pollution in Rural Yunnan By Jill Baumgartener & Nina Trautmann Chaopricha Feature Box: Digging Behind the Scenes: China Environmental Health Project Research Brief Series By Linden J. Ellis & Jennifer L. Turner Feature Box: China Environment Forum Report: Sowing the Seeds Opportunities for U.S.-China Cooperation on Food Safety By Linden J. Ellis & Jennifer L. Turner Risk Management: Lessons Learned From the Snow Crisis in China By Guizhen He, Yonglong Lu, & Lei Zhang

Energy around the Globe

The Wilson Center's Global Energy Initiative (GEI) was featured in the Wilson Center Centerpoint. Along with other programs, the GEI explores energy costs, demand, resources, and environmental ramifications in countries around the world.

Introducing: Choke Point: China Part II

The Woodrow Wilson Center's China Environment Forum and Circle of Blue have been working on the next part of the Choke Point: China series with support from Skoll Global Threats Fund. Over the next several weeks, in infographics, photographs, and comprehensive articles, Choke Point: China Part II will examine the extraordinary measures that China is taking to shift the geography and production practices in its agriculture and energy sectors to provide adequate supplies of food, fossil fuels, and fresh water over the next decade.

CEF Coordinator Quoted in Story on Songhua River Pollution Angering Russian Officials

JULY 2006--In an interview with Radio Free Asia, Jennifer Turner comments on complaints by Russian Officials on the continued pollution flowing into the Amur River from China.

Municipal Financing for Environmental Infrastructure in China

The summary of an initiative by the Woodrow Wilson Center's China Environment Forum, funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

China Tests New Strategy to Curb Coal Demand, Reduce Air Pollution, and Conserve Water

CEF's partner, Circle of Blue, describes its work with a Chinese governmental agency to design a strategy of "Co-control."

CEF Meeting On The Hill Featured on Lowcarboneconomy.com and egovmonitor.com

MAY 2009 - CEF Meeting on Capitol Hill was recently featured in two articles on black carbon, the US, and China.

CES 8 Feature Article, pp.41-60:

Reducing China's Thirst for Foreign Oil: Moving Towards a Less Oil-Dependent Road Transport System By Hongyan He Oliver Feature Box: Ecological Behavior Among Adolescents in Hangzhou By Jun Yu and Jocelyn Eikenburg

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