JULY 2008 - Dr. Jennifer Turner comments on the potential longer term impacts of the Green Olympics
APRIL 2007 - China's 27 years of booming growth has brought millions out of poverty, but much of this growth has been built on a foundation of ecological destruction, which is threatening the country's economy, human health, and social stability.
This new paper updates the findings of our 2010 Choke Point: U.S. report, which identified the Southwest, Great Plains, and Southeast as the regions at greatest risk of shortages of energy and water. A special focus of this paper is to explore energy production and water supply in Ohio and its neighboring Ohio River Valley states. The development of natural gas and natural gas liquids from deep shale is reshaping long-standing trends in the region’s energy mix, water consumption and treatment patterns, greenhouse gas emissions, and economy.
Dr. Jennifer Turner, director of China Environment Forum, talked about U.S.-China cooperation on energy and environmental sustainability at a 2009 China Town Hall at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn.
Food, Environment and Health Post-SARS: Corporate Expectations and Participation by Megan Tracy; Atypical Environmental NGOs in Guangdong by Sylvia Ping Song
JUNE 2007 - April speaker Wang Canfa of CLAPV is featured in "China in Transition: Environmental Challenges in the far East."