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CES 8 Commentaries, pp.105-129:

The Third Wave of China's Grassroots Environmental Movement: Regional and Youth Environmental Organizations By Wu Haoliang (Translated by Yan Baohua) Spotlight on NGO Activism in China: Green Camel Bell--A Regional Hub for Environmental Protection Efforts in Lanzhou By Brendan Snow, Global Greengrants Fund Notes on Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessments in China By Lila Buckley Spotlight on NGO Activism in China: Global Environment Institute By Lila Buckley The Role of Public Participation in Ecological Impact Assessment (EcIA) and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in China By Marilyn Beach, Bill Bleish, and Shelly Yang Coal Burning and Children's Health in China By Frederica Perera, Deliang Tang, Barbara A. Finamore, and Li Ting-Yu Opening up the Floor: Environmental Performance Information Disclosure Pilot Programs in Zhenjiang and Hohhot By Wanxin Li

Can China Solve Its Water-Energy Choke Point? Wilson Center Launches ‘China Environment Series 12’

China's Water-Energy Choke Point, one of the most important issues relevant to China's environmental and energy challenges, is becoming more dire as water is needed for residentual use, a growing demand for coal, agriculture purposes, and intensive production in industrial sectors.

CEF Research Briefs Praised in Report on Wilson Center

FEBRUARY 2008 - MOAA praises China environmental health research briefs in "Think Tank Nation."

China Environment Series 10(2009/2010)

Authors in this issue of the China Environment Series examine many of China's environmental health challenges, with emphasis throughout on potential steps to address these problems through regulation, better research, greater NGO involvement, and international assistance.

CES 6 Feature Article, pp. 1-18

Foreign Technology in China's Automobile Industry: Implications for Energy, Economic Development and Environment by Kelly Sims Gallagher

VIDEO: Feeding China

Thanks to improved smallholder farms and land diversity, “China has been able to meet grain production targets year after year despite large portions of the country stricken by drought,” Boyle says in an interview with the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum.

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