China Environment News

CEF Director Jennifer Turner was Quoted by US-China Business Council on China's Air Pollution

Jun 13, 2014
According to China Environment Forum Director Jennifer Turner, China has pollution regulations on the books, but “in actual practice…you see from the air quality that something isn’t working.”

CEF's China Dam Rush article published with China Water Risk

Jun 09, 2014
CEF's infographic - Rethinking China’s Dam Rush - got published on China Water Risk June newsletter.

Susan Chan Shifflett and Jennifer Turner's Paper Published on China Economic Report

Jun 02, 2014
The water-energy-food choke point is forcing a new 21st century reckoning.

ChinaFile Quoted CEF's Infograghic on Environmental Impacts of China’s Pork Industry

May 28, 2014
The environmental impact of China's pork industry is becoming too large to ignore.

Infographic: Waste, Poor Planning Blunt China’s Wind Energy Ambitions

May 27, 2014
China is a country of superlatives and contradictions, especially when it comes to energy – it is not only the largest producer and consumer of coal, but also the largest investor in renewable energy. Since 2010, China has been the world’s biggest and fastest growing market for wind power, which the government has prioritized for its cleaner energy and job creation potential. But waste and poor planning have left many new wind farms idle or disconnected from power grids.

CEF Director Jennifer Turner was Interviewed by CTV News on China's Pollutions

May 20, 2014
Turner told CTV that cancer rates in China have increased by 80 percent over the pass three decades.

Chinadialogue Quoted CEF's Infograghic on Environmental Impacts of China’s Pork Industry

May 20, 2014
The environmental impact of China's pork industry is becoming too large to ignore.

Huffington Post Quoted CEF's "Dam Rush" Interactive Map

May 17, 2014
"Dam building has brought China's river ecosystems to the point of collapse."

CEF Director Jennifer Turner was Quoted at Metro on China's Water Pollution

May 13, 2014
"Agriculture runoffs are the No. 1 cause of contamination, " says Turner to Metro reporter.

Surf and Turf: The Environmental Impacts of China’s Growing Appetite for Pork and Seafood

May 08, 2014
Half the world’s pigs – 476 million – reside in China. Increasingly prosperous consumers are eating fewer grains and demanding a more protein-rich diet, ballooning the pork industry to 15 times its 1960s-era size. In the last 30 years, Chinese demand for meat has quadrupled and China is now the largest consumer of seafood in the world.

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