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CES 5 Inventory of Environmental and Energy Projects in China, pp. 137-227

- U.S. Government Activities - U.S. Nongovernmental Organization Activities - U.S. Universities and Professional Associations - Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong Nongovernmental Organizations and Research Centers - Bilateral Government Activities

CEF Director Quoted in New York Times Article on China's Clean Energy Development

Jennifer Turner discusses China's quest for expertise on clean energy technology from the west

CES 10 Commentaries, pp. 117-150

Environmental Management and Public Health: Challenges and Opportunities in China's Mobile Phone and Telecommunication Industries By Jacob Park Feature Box: Strategies for Decreasing the Carbon Footprint of Chinese Companies and Meeting Global Sustainability Challenges By David Hathaway Yours, Mine, Whose Water? Evolving Water and Property Rights in China By Sonja Schiller Spotlight on NGO Activism: Redefining the GMO Debate in China: Greenpeace China By Lorena Luo Turning a Double Exposure into a Double Dividend: Black Carbon From Indoor Air Pollution in Rural Yunnan By Jill Baumgartener & Nina Trautmann Chaopricha Feature Box: Digging Behind the Scenes: China Environmental Health Project Research Brief Series By Linden J. Ellis & Jennifer L. Turner Feature Box: China Environment Forum Report: Sowing the Seeds Opportunities for U.S.-China Cooperation on Food Safety By Linden J. Ellis & Jennifer L. Turner Risk Management: Lessons Learned From the Snow Crisis in China By Guizhen He, Yonglong Lu, & Lei Zhang

In Mongolia, Climate Change and Mining Boom Threaten National Identity

Mongolia, a vast, sparsely populated country almost as large as Western Europe, is at once strikingly poor and strikingly rich. Its GDP per capita falls just below that of war-torn Iraq, and Ulan Bator has some of the worst air pollution ever recorded in a capital city. At the same time, Mongolia sits atop some of the world’s largest mineral reserves, worth trillions of dollars, and its economy, already one of the world’s fastest growing, could expand by a factor of six by the end of the decade as those reserves are developed.

Asia's Future: Critical Thinking for a Changing Environment

Starting in October 2008, CEF and the Wilson Center's Environmental Change and Security Project were charged by the U.S. Agency for International Development with investigating Asia's most serious environmental challenges. CEF and ECSP held 9 roundtables with experts and conducted interviews and research that helped create this report that focused mainly on Southeast Asia that identifies global trends impacting environment and highlights opportunities for USAID and other donors to improve environmental protection.

chinadialogue Translates Circle of Blue "Reign of Sand" Piece

APRIL 2008 - CEF-Circle of Blue partnership story on desertification translated into Mandarin

CES 8 Feature Article, pp.41-60:

Reducing China's Thirst for Foreign Oil: Moving Towards a Less Oil-Dependent Road Transport System By Hongyan He Oliver Feature Box: Ecological Behavior Among Adolescents in Hangzhou By Jun Yu and Jocelyn Eikenburg

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