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Committee on Foreign Relations Releases report on U.S.-China Climate Change Collaboration

JULY 2009- A report released on July 27 by the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee entitled "Broadening the Bilateral: Seizing the Opportunity for Meaningful U.S.-China Collaboration on Climate Change" outlined the latest climate change science, reviews domestic actions in China, identifies current areas of U.S.-China energy collaboration, and addresses ways to move the bilateral relationship forward.

Potential for Fuel Cell Commercialization in Taiwan (2004)

A part of a U.S.-Taiwan Fuel Cell Initiative that the Woodrow Wilson Center's China Environment Forum and Breakthrough Technologies, Inc. carried out in the fall of 2004 with support from the blue moon fund.

CEF Speaker Publishes Paper on China's Strategic Priorities in International Climate Change Negotiations

NOVEMBER 2007 - Joanna Lewis Piece Published in The Washington Quarterly

CEF Coordinator coauthors China Watch article on the arrest of a Chinese environmentalist.

NOVEMBER 2005-Lila Buckley and Jennifer Turner comment on the arrest of Tan Kai in Hangzhou.

CEF as Publicity Co-sponsor of China-US Energy Efficiency Alliance Roundtable

An exclusive breakfast round table hosted by China-US Energy Efficiency Alliance on Wednesday, May 22, entitled Unleashing Energy Efficiency in China: Business Successes and Challenges, will discuss the practical insights on doing business in China in the energy efficiency sector.

CES 8 Special Report Introduction, pp. 153-154:

The Navigating Peace Initiative's Water Conflict Resolution in the United States and China Special Report By Dr. Jennifer L. Turner and Timothy Hildebrandt

Chinese Public Rejects Argument that China Should not be Obligated to Limit Emissions

In a new poll conducted by WorldPublicOpinion.org in September, an overwhelming 96% of Chinese said that at the conference in Copenhagen their government should be "willing to commit to limiting its greenhouse gas emissions" as part of an agreement. Seventy-eight percent of Chinese also said that "dealing with the problem of climate change should be given priority, even if it causes slower economic growth and some loss of jobs."

CEF Research Briefs Praised in Report on Wilson Center

FEBRUARY 2008 - MOAA praises China environmental health research briefs in "Think Tank Nation."

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