Publications

Food Safety in China

Jul 07, 2011

Di Tella, Torcuato y Kirchner, Néstor. Después del derrumbe. Teoría y práctica de la Argentina que viene. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2003

Jul 07, 2011
Después del derrumbe, es tiempo de construir puentes de plata entre la dirigencia y la sociedad, a partir de una renovación política que oxigene las instituciones y formule un nuevo proyecto de país, que le permita a la Argentina encontrar su destino como Nación. Torcuato Di Tella, indaga al dirigente que considera capaz de articular un nuevo espacio político en el que confluyan la ´´izquierda racional´´ y el ´´peronismo decente´´, para dar vida a un ´´animal´´ con cuerpo peronista y patas extrapartidarias, como hiciera con éxito Juan Domingo Perón en 1945, uniendo socialistas, conservadores, sindicalistas, intelectuales, católicos e independientes. Néstor Kirchner, reflexiona acerca de la crisis y la oportunidad de dejar atrás los años en que la política estuvo al servicio de los mercados -razón principal de su descrédito y base de la corrupción para volver a convertirla en síntesis del interés general. A través de las páginas de este libro, Kirchner y Di Tella intentan acortar distancias entre la ´´torre de marfil´´ del observador científico y el campo de batalla donde el dirigente político libra su combate y se ´´embarra´´, para abordar un amplio y profundo debate sobre la Argentina que viene. more

CES 5 Feature Article, pp. 45-58; Commentaries/Notes From the Field, pp. 59-92

Jul 07, 2011
Feature Article, p. 45-58: New Partners or Old Brothers? GONGOs in Transnational Environmental Advocacy in China by Fengshi Wu Commentaries/Notes From the Field, p. 59-92: Looking into a Microcosm of China's Water Problems: Dilemmas of Shanxi--A High and Dry Province by Jih-Un Kim, p.59 Networking for Development of Legal Assistance to Pollution Victims in China by Kenji Otsuka, p.63 Xinjiang: A Trip to the New Territory by Wen Bo, p.66 China's Nature Reserves: Protecting Species or Generating Profits? by Lawrence Glacy, p. 69 The Yunnan Great Rivers Project by Ou Xiaokun, p.74 Environmental Action as Mass Campaign by Jane Sayers, p.77 Spray-Painting Change? Beijing's Green Olympics, NGOs and Lessons Learned from Sydney by Timothy Hildebrandt, p.80 Brick by Brick: Improving the Energy and Environmental Performance of China's Buildings by Robert Watson and Barbara Finamore, p.86 Lean and Green: Boosting Chinese Energy Efficiency through ESCOs by Pam Baldinger, p.90 Energy and Environmental Performance of China's Buildings by Robert Watson and Barbara Finamore, p.86Lean and Green: Boosting Chinese Energy Efficiency through ESCOs by Pam Baldinger, p.90 more

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

The People vs. Koizumi? Japan-U.S. Relations and Japan's Struggle for National Identity

Jul 07, 2011
Asia Program Special Report No. 119 by Naoyuki Agawa, Toshio Nishi, and Masaru Tamamoto. more

2005

Jul 07, 2011

CES 4 Introduction, p. 1-2 Feature Article, 3-20

Jul 07, 2011
Introduction Hot Air and Cold Water: The Unexpected Fall in China's Energy Use by Jonathan Sinton and David Fridley more

CES 10 Commentaries, pp. 86-116

Jul 07, 2011
Building Rural Models to Last: The Global Environmental Institute's Biogas Work in Western China By Emmy Komada Spotlight on NGO Activism: Greener Wishes for Grasslands in Inner Mongolia: Green Longjiang By Zhang Yadong Green Studen Forum: Beijing's Secret Garden of Growing Environmental Health Advocates By Daniel Pulver Spotlight on NGO Activism: Exploring China's River Heritage with China Rivers Project By Kristen McDonald Mining in China: A Primary Ecological and Human Health Concern By Saleem H. Ali Feature Box: From Rural Electrification to Biofuels: NREL's China Program By David Kline, Monisha Shah, & Bill Wallace Spotlight on NGO Activism: Filling a Gap in Environment and Health Work in Southwest China: The Yunnan Health and Development Research Association By Zhang Kaining & Jackson Tung Green Eggs and Ham: Struggles in Swallowing Ecotourism By Monica Liau Spotlight on NGO Activism: China Youth Climate Action Network: Catalyzing Student Activism to Create a Low-Carbon Future By Li Li 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.