APRIL 2007 - Dr. Jennifer Turner discusses growing health and ecological degradation stemming from China's unchecked economic boom.
High Tech's Toxic Legacy in China By Jamie Choi Spotlight on NGO Activism: Promoting Pesticide Eco-Alternatives By Sun Jing Feature Box: Highlights of International Energy Agency-China Initiatives By Jonathan Sinton Complex Tradeoffs: Urban Transport, Land Use, Air Quality, and Health in Chengdu By Chris Nielsen A Case Study in Indoor Air Pollution and Lung Cancer in Xuan Wei, China By H. Dean Hosgood Feature Box: Energy Futures and Urban Air Pollution By Derreck Vollmer Feature Box: Partnership for Clean Indoor Air in Guizhou Province By Jennifer L. Turner
INFOGRAPHIC: “Trading Wealth, Trading Pollution” – Chinese Pollution and Western Consumption are Linked
Chinese pollution and western consumption are linked. In January 2014, a tri-national team of researchers released a study showing that much of the pollution from heavy industries concentrated in eastern China stems from export production. Some of this pollution drifts across the Pacific Ocean and is deteriorating the air quality over the western United States.
Waste related to animals, the article quotes, made up about 90 percent of organic pollutants in China’s water.
The China Environment Series publications contain articles, commentaries, and meeting summaries that examine environmental and energy challenges facing China; they also explore creative ideas and opportunities for governmental and nongovernmental (NGO) cooperation.
MAY 2009 - CEF Meeting on Capitol Hill was recently featured in two articles on black carbon, the US, and China.
JULY 2007 - Forestry fact sheet includes 2007 data on China forests, timber trade and forest certification
The Challenge of Positive Influence: Managing Sustainable Development of the West-East Pipeline Project by Mike Seymour, Marilyn Beach, and Steve Laister