This new CEF research brief examines the growing water-energy confrontation in Mongolia linked to foreign direct investment, particularly from China. The dilemma facing Mongolia’s policymakers is how to balance economic development and environmental sustainability with an expanding conflict over water allocation between people and industry.
Dr. Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations praised the Wilson Center's work on China environment in Congressional testimony
A WSJ article published on December 7 cited a 2008 CEF's report when discussing how environmental groups in China can sue polluters.
A Spanish language article by Dr. Jennifer Turner and Linden Ellis, which appeared in the Vanguardia Dossier out of Barcelona.
Citizens Finding a Voice: Bottom-Up Politics in China's Nuclear Power Debate Xiang Fang Spotlight on NGO Activism: A Wake-Up Call to Polluting Companies By Christine Boyle & Jing Chen Provincial Impacts of Multilateral Cooperation: The Greater Tumen Initiative and Environmental Protection in Jilin By See-Won Byun Feature Box: SSRC's China Environment and Health Initiative By Jennifer Holdaway Double Benefits: Saving Energy and Reducing Emissions in Hainan By Lei Bi & Qian Wang How Far Will the Rising Tide of CSR Go in China? By Sean Gilbert Spotlight on NGO Activism: Securing Land Rights for China’s Poor Farmers: The Rural Development Institute By Zhu Keliang, Ping Li, & Radha Friedman
DECEMBER 2007 – SEPA and the MOH Collaborate on China's First NEHAP
JANUARY 2006--Doug Ogden Examines the Potential to Improve Energy Efficiency in China at the Wilson Center