The newly redesigned China Environment Series 8 includes feature articles on legal advocacy in environmental public participation, the evolution of Chinese civil society, the country's thirst for foreign oil, and innovations in clean energy. CES 8 also includes a special report on water conflict resolution in the United States and China
JUNE 2008 - CEF's Annual Inventory of International Nongovernmental Organizations is Now Available Online
Every year, China generates 250 million tons of municipal solid waste (MSW), or one quarter of the world’s total annual waste.To help deal with this problem, 155 incineration facilities currently operate in China, with an expected 300 facilities to be online by 2015. However, these plants vary drastically in their ability to control pollution and toxic waste from China’s incinerators is occasionally dumped into ponds or landfilled, belying the clean and renewable image promoted by the government. For citizens troubled by a lack of information from the government about incineration plants before and during construction, NGOs and grassroots organizations serve to fill the gap as sources of information, legal services, and advice.
FEBRUARY 2007 - China's Filthiest Export by Dr. Jennifer Turner and Juli Kim
SEPTEMBER 2009- CEF's Director Jennifer Turner was quoted in an article on water pollution and protests in China.
Municipal Financing for Environmental Infrastructure Project; Navigating Peace: Promoting New Water Partnerships: Studying Water Conflict Resolution in the United States and China (Tuscon Trip)
SEPTEMBER 2008 - Author Steven Q. Andrews Analyzes the Discrepancy Between Reported Blue Sky Days and Monitoring Station Data