"If China really can become more aggressive in actually enforcing their water pollution control laws, it would open up a lot of clean water for the people," Jennifer Turner said on BBC World News' "Impact."
DECEMBER 2007 - EPA Launches New Site to Promote Dialog on Environmental Law in China
JANUARY 2006-Jennifer Turner and Lü Zhi coauthored a chapter in State of the World on the NGO movement in China that was presented at the 10th State of the World Briefing.
APRIL 2009 - CEF's Linden Ellis Reflects on China's Announcement to Become the Largest Producer of Electric Cars
Green Labeling and Energy Efficiency in China by Gary McNeil and David Hathaway; Addressing Urgent Needs: The Emergence of Environmental Education in China by Jing Lin and Heidi Ross
At this talk, Jennifer Turner, director of Woodrow Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum, discussed the major water-energy-food nexus trends in China and her work on engaging Chinese policy, research, business and NGOs to address these natural-resource choke points.
MARCH 2008 - Restructuring of the central government highlights environment as priority