Wilson Center Senior Scholar John Sewell was quoted extensively in the March 25, 2004, issue of the Christian Science Monitor
CEF's Jennifer Turner will speak on Thursday, March 25, 7:00-8:30 pm at the Freer Gallery of Art, Meyer Auditorium for an Asia Society meeting: Yellow River: China's Sorrow, Glory and Disappearing Resource
Hoffman Institute's water work in Hunan; WRI's New Center for Transport and the Environment in Shanghai; and EPA's eebuildings Initiative
Geoffrey Dabelko and Richard Cincotta of PAI addressed a group of senior military officers at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA.
ECSP will screen four documentaries as part of the 2004 Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C.
"Environmental Peacemaking" features ECSP issues and contributors.
In this revised and updated third edition, Ken Conca and Geoffrey Dabelko bring together classic readings and important new material on global environmental politics.
Featuring Lael Brainard, Nigel Purvis, Steven Radelet, and John Sewell
In this recent op-ed published by The Chicago Tribune, Timothy Hildebrandt argues that the large amount of water needed to sustain the fledgling ski industry in China is an inappropriate use of a precious and endangered resource. China should delay developing this environmentally harmful sport while it grapples with more pressing issues of human health and sustainable development. It is reprinted here with permission.