Climate Publications

CES 11 pp. 131-153

Jul 07, 2011
Feature Box: The Clean Air Task Force China Project: U.S.-China Collaboration as a Pathway to Clean Coal TechnologyBy Jonathan F. LewisFeature Box: Environmental Mass Incidents in Zhejiang ProvinceBy Ada Yue WuFeature Article: Green Bounty Hunters: Engaging Chinese Citizens in Local Environmental EnforcementBy Zhang Xuehua more

CES 8 Commentaries, pp. 130-152:

Jul 07, 2011
The Difference a Legislature Makes: Administering Market-Driven Air Pollution Control Regulations in Taiwan and China By Eric Zusman A New Model for Chinese Rural Development? Industrial Agriculture and Renewable Energy in Rural China By Ben Greenhouse Prospects for Developing Meaningful Public Participation in Environmental Decision-making in China By Christine Chung Spotlight on NGO Activism in China: Pingnan Green Wins Court Case Against Chemical Company By Melanie Pitkin, Global Greengrants Fund Agroforestry Systems in Northern China: Promoting Development and Environmental Improvement By Dave Daversa On the Way Towards Eco-Villages: Upgrading Energy Systems in Rural Hainan By Lei Bi and Murray Haight Spotlight on NGO Activism in China: Green Eyes: Taking Action to Halt Illegal Wildlife Trade By Daniela Salaverry, Pacific Environment more

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

China Environment Series 11(2010/2011)

Nov 10, 2010
China's success in promoting clean energy technology has been a hot story over the past year as the China Environment Forum team pulled together this special Energy and Climate issue of the China Environment Series. We ambitiously aimed to create; and hope our readers think we succeeded;in creating an issue that takes a snapshot of major energy trends in China and understand some of the complexities in the U.S.-China energy and climate relations. This eleventh issue is our biggest yet, due not just to our inability to say no to so many great paper proposals, but also because of the dynamism in clean energy developments in China and many exciting developments in U.S.-China energy cooperation;in both government, NGO, and business spheres. We hope you enjoy this issue! This special Energy and Climate issue was made possible through a grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, as well as support from the Blue Moon Fund, USAID, Vermont Law School, Western Kentucky University, and the ENVIRON Foundation. more

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