CEF's Jennifer Turner to speak on the future of environmental law in China

Jun 16, 2009

China's environmental laws have been rapidly evolving to address growing environmental issues and prevent further environmental damage to human health and natural resources from China's continued economic growth. This brown bag event is another in an ongoing discussion on China's environmental framework, regulatory system, and its future trends. Jennifer Turner, Director, China Environment Forum, Woodrow Wilson Center; Jill Wei, Professor of Environmental Law, South China Agricultural University; Steve Wolfson, Senior Attorney, U.S. EPA Office of General Counsel; and Linda Tsang, Attorney, Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. will discuss their perspectives on these issues, as well as on the role of nongovernmental organizations and cooperative programs with the United States.

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