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China Environment Series 4 (2001)

Introduction Hot Air and Cold Water: The Unexpected Fall in China's Energy Use by Jonathan Sinton and David Fridley

CES 5 Introduction, p. I-IV; Feature Article, p. 1-12

China's "Go West" Campaign: Ecological Construction or Ecological Exploitation? by Elizabeth Economy

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Hotspots: Population Growth in Areas of High Biodiversity

More than one-fifth of the world’s population lives in biodiversity hotspots – “areas that are particularly rich in biodiversity and endemic species,” said John Williams of the University of California, Davis, at the Wilson Center on February 29. And those populations are growing faster than the global average.

Secure Land Rights and Biodiversity Protection in China

Premier Wen Jiabao publicly announced this winter that China needs to make important choices and adopt a major new land law before the central leadership transition takes place in March 2013. The year 2012 thus will be a critical time period to accomplish the reforms that will affect the livelihood of 700 million rural Chinese and strengthen existing land protection regulations.

Shark Loves the Amazon

On February 14, 2012, the Brazil Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars hosted a film screening of the documentary Shark Loves the Amazon¸ featuring film producer Mark London.

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