One Country,Two Systems,One Smog Cross-Boundary Air Pollution Policy Challenges for Hong Kong and Guangdong by Lisa Hopkinson and Rachel Stern
FEBRUARY 2007 - The Blood of Yingzhou District, to be screened 21 March at CEF, wins the documentary short subject.
Dr. Jennifer Turner will join a round-table style conference on Nov 29th at SAIS that examines the international implications of China's resource and environmental policies with a focus on China’s immediate region. Topics include the disputes in the South China Sea, China’s policies toward trans-boundary river issues and their potential implications for its neighbors, China's fisheries policies, and its pursuit of energy security. She will be one of the commentators that offer insights on these issues.
OCTOBER 2008 - Time Magazine's list of environmental heroes for 2008 features articles on Peter Head, a British engineer building an eco-city in China, Wang Yongchen, a Chinese environmental activist, and Peggy Liu, head of the Chinese NGO, Joint U.S.-China Cooperation on Clean Energy (JUCCCE).
JULY 2009- Public interest lawyer Jingjing Zhang spent a month at the Wilson Center as a scholar with the China Environment Forum. Nicknamed "China's Erin Brockovich," she litigates cases that compensate villagers victimized by industrial pollution.
Is Guangdong the Dark Horse in Addressing Ecological and Human Health Threats? By Kaleb Brownlow & Stephanie Renzi
APRIL 2007 - Civic Exchange, led by February CEF speaker Christine Loh, publishes 2006 Air Quality Report
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.