Bloomberg Businessweek recently published an article inspired by and citing work done by the China Environment Forum on the West-East Electricity Transfer Project.
FEBRUARY 2009 - CEF meeting on climate change in the Himalayas featured on EarthNews
DECEMBER 2007 - CEHP's and Former CEF Speaker Chris Groves to Speak in Berkeley, CA
Wenran Jiang, Speaker at CEF's Meeting "Competition or Cooperation for Energy: China and the North American Response" Publishes Article On Oil Hunger in China in BusinessWeek
MARCH 2006--Wenran Jiang Discusses the Energy Implications of Chinese Economic Development
Ethan Goffman discusses the findings of experts who gathered for CEF's coal event on the Sspp blog.
Authors Linden J. Ellis and Jennifer L. Turner examine the challenges China faces in improving its food safety record and opportunities for international cooperation. Such cooperation benefits both the global food market and could help China address human health and environmental threats stemming from food production and processing.
The Woodrow Wilson Center and Circle Blue’s Choke Point work goes global. In November 2010, the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum and Circle of Blue launched the Choke Point: China research and reporting initiative. The partners subsequently produced a rich collection of stories, photos and infographics that examined how energy development is impacting China’s vulnerable water resources and food production. In the next phase of Choke Point: China, CEF has created a team of U.S. and Chinese water and energy experts to hold dialogues in Beijing in August 2013 to discuss possible solutions to China’s growing water-food-energy confrontations and opportunities for US-China cooperation.