China Environment Publications

CES 6 Feature Article, pp. 19-36

Jul 07, 2011
One Country,Two Systems,One Smog Cross-Boundary Air Pollution Policy Challenges for Hong Kong and Guangdong by Lisa Hopkinson and Rachel Stern more

CES 9 Feature Article, pp. 43-56

Jul 07, 2011
Is Guangdong the Dark Horse in Addressing Ecological and Human Health Threats? By Kaleb Brownlow & Stephanie Renzi more

CES 2 Feature Article, p.2-44

Jul 07, 2011
A History of Sino-American Energy Cooperation ROBERT S. PRICE, JR. 3, Powering Non-Nuclear Growth in China with Natural Gas and Renewable Energy Technologies JEFFREY S. LOGAN AND JIQIANG ZHANG 12, China’s Water Problems in the Context of U.S.-China Relations BARUCH BOXER 20, Water Pollution and Human Health in China CRESCENCIA MAURER, CHANGHUA WU, YI WANG, AND SHOUZHENG XUE 28, Greening the Chinese Media WEN BO 39 more

English Section 7

Jul 07, 2011

CES 8 Special Report, pp. 185-201:

Jul 07, 2011
NGO Strategies to Promote River Protection and Restoration By S. Elizabeth Birnbaum and Yu Xiubo Spotlight on NGO Activism in China: Chengdu Urban Rivers Association By Betsy Damon Special Report Box: Interbasin Transfers as a Water Conflict Resolution Mechanism: The Yellow River/Hai River Basin Transfers and the San Juan-Chama Project By Jay F. Stein and Xuejun Wang more

CES 6 Inventory of Environmental and Energy Projects in China, pp. 199-280

Jul 07, 2011
- U.S. Government Activities - U.S. and International Nongovernmental Organization Activities - U.S. Universities and Professional Activities - Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong Nongovernmental Organizations, GONGOs and Student Groups more

CES 7 Commentaries, pp. 72-78

Jul 07, 2011
Green Labeling and Energy Efficiency in China by Gary McNeil and David Hathaway; Addressing Urgent Needs: The Emergence of Environmental Education in China by Jing Lin and Heidi Ross more

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Dialogue

The Future of Higher Education

Mar 26, 2014Apr 02, 2014

Jeff Abernathy and Richard Morrill discuss how colleges and universities are dealing with rapidly rising costs and how the United States can still compete for students in a globalized environment.