CEF Director to Speak at a May 17-18 Social Investment Forum Event "The Paradox of China's Transformation"
This symposium will address the rising tension between China's tremendous economic growth and international influence over recent decades as it faces environmental and developmental challenges.
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"Agriculture runoffs are the No. 1 cause of contamination, " says Turner to Metro reporter.
China accounts for 28.7% of the world’s installed wind power capacity. China is also the fastest growing market for wind power in the world.
Shale gas development promises to help resolve the confrontation between rising demand for energy and declining freshwater reserves, along with other potentially huge benefits, not the least of which is to the environment. But of all the big national projects that China has taken on in the last two decades, adding unconventional domestic sources of natural gas to the fuel supply has eluded China.
Jennifer Turner says collaboration in the clean energy sector is creating a win-win situation
Breathing Better: Linking Energy and GHG Reduction to Health Benefits in China By Kong Chiu, Yu Lei, Yanshen Zhang, & Dan Chen Back to the Future: Bicycles, Human Health, & GHG Emissions in China By Peter Koehn Spotlight on NGO Activism: Shanghai Green Oasis By Kang Hongli & Mayu Suzuki Feature Box: China Holds the Key to Saving Wild Tigers By Grace Ge Gabriel Where the Wild Things Are...Sold By Linden Ellis & Jennifer L. Turner