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Even Fake Snow Can't Disguise Real Problems in China

Mar 02, 2004
In this recent op-ed published by The Chicago Tribune, Timothy Hildebrandt argues that the large amount of water needed to sustain the fledgling ski industry in China is an inappropriate use of a precious and endangered resource. China should delay developing this environmentally harmful sport while it grapples with more pressing issues of human health and sustainable development. It is reprinted here with permission.

CEF Staff featured in the South China Morning Post

Jan 24, 2004
Timothy Hildebrandt was published in the January 1, 2004 issue of the South China Morning Post

CEF Staff Featured in The China Business Review

Dec 19, 2003
Jennifer L. Turner and Timothy Hildebrandt were both published in the November/December issue of The China Business Review.

Golf in China: Economic Boom but Environmental Bust?

Jul 21, 2003
With increased interest in the game, the number of golf courses in China is destined to climb and with such growth comes serious environmental implications. According to Timothy Hildebrandt, managing editor of the Center's China Environment Series, there are real opportunities for China to limit degradation---but the push for an environmentally sustainable golf industry must be made now while courses are still in development.

Call for Papers

May 14, 2003
The editor of the China Environment Series invites submissions for feature articles and commentaries/notes from the field for the 2004 issue.

Clearing the Air: Human Rights and the Legal Dimensions of China's Environmental Dilemma

Jan 27, 2003
Statement of Jennifer L. Turner,Senior Project Associate for the Center's Environmental Change and Security Project on the growing role of Chinese Green NGOs and environmental journalists in China to the Congressional/Executive Commission on China Issues

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