Asia Publications

CES 7 Chinese Version Section 1

Jul 07, 2011
Feature Article: The Challenge of Positive Influence: Managing Sustainable Development of the West-East Pipeline Project by Mike Seymour, Marilyn Beach, and Steve LaisterFeature Article: China's Ecological Rehabilitation: The Unprecedented Efforts and Dramatic Impacts of Reforestation and Slope Protection in Western China by Runsheng Yin, Jintao Xu, Zhou Li, and Can Liu more

CES 11 pp. 49-98

Jul 07, 2011
Feature Article: Lessons For Industrial Energy Efficiency Cooperation With China By Stephanie B. Ohshita & Lynn Price Feature Box: Role Models: Young and Old Community Members in China Inspire Local Action to Save Energy By Matthew A. DeGroot Feature Box: Building New Clean Water Networks in China: Challenges and Opportunities for Protecting Lake Tai By Kexin Liu & Peter Marsters Feature Box: Cooperative Competitors: Building New U.S.-China Energy and Climate Networks By Peter Marsters more

In Deep Water: Ecological Destruction of China's Water Resources

Jul 07, 2011
An article by Dr. Jennifer Turner, which appeared in CSIS's Water and Energy Futures in an Urbanized Asia. more

CES 8 Commentaries, pp.85-104:

Jul 07, 2011
Energy Efficiency in China: Impetus for a Global Climate Policy Breakthrough? By Anne Arquit Niederberger, Conrad U. Brunner, and Zhou Dadi* China's Water-Short Cities: Some Number Games By James E. Nickum and Yok-Shiu F. Lee China's Cities Seize the Initiative: Strengthening Auto Emissions Control on the Streets By Isabella Notar Public Participation with Chinese Characteristics By Margret J. Kim and Robert E. Jones Spotlight on NGO Activism in China: Recent Developments at the Center for Legal Assistance to Pollution Victims (CLAPV) more

CES 6 Feature Article, pp. 1-18

Jul 07, 2011
Foreign Technology in China's Automobile Industry: Implications for Energy, Economic Development and Environment by Kelly Sims Gallagher more

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