Waste related to animals, the article quotes, made up about 90 percent of organic pollutants in China’s water.
An article by Dr. Jennifer Turner and assistant Linden Ellis featured as the "Policy Watch" in the March 2007 issue of the China Monitor.
The newly redesigned China Environment Series 8 includes feature articles on legal advocacy in environmental public participation, the evolution of Chinese civil society, the country's thirst for foreign oil, and innovations in clean energy. CES 8 also includes a special report on water conflict resolution in the United States and China
With support from USAID, CEF has been assisting scientists at Western Kentucky University in their karst work in China for the past three years. Our final activity with WKU has been an exciting partnership with Circle of Blue to produce and now launch a multi-media webpage that puts a human face on the karst water challenges in southwest China.
INFOGRAPHIC: “Trading Wealth, Trading Pollution” – Chinese Pollution and Western Consumption are Linked
Launched in July 2012, FLOAT Beijing—a community art project that utilizes citizen science—offers a simple, innovative, and non-confrontational approach to air quality monitoring: kites. Pioneered by two U.S. graduate students, the project tracks air pollutants using air sensor modules attached to kites.
JULY 2007 - CEF produces three new environmental health project research briefs on the topics of hazardous waste, child mortality and food safety
CEF Director Jennifer Turner Joins Pacific Institute Heather Cooley Discussing Choke Point Issues in US and China
Jennifer Turner speaks at University of Denver Jackson About Water-Energy Confrontations in China.