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The Hans India Reported CEF Director Jennifer Turner's Visit and the Global 'Choke Point' Project

The government policies in India, such as free electricity and free water supply, have flaws and are resulting in wastage of the water, said CEF Director Dr. Jennifer Turner, at a Global “Choke Point” discussion in India. She believes rectified policies that promote new technology will be necessary for renewable energy and wastewater treatment.

 

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The Statesmen Reported CEF Director, Jennifer Turner's Seminar with the Indian Chamber of Commerce

India and China need to strike up a dialogue on common problems such as air and water pollution, CEF Director, Jennifer Turner said at an a seminar on 'Global Choke Point: Water-Energy-Food Confrontations in China, US and India' organized by the Indian Chamber of Commerce, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the neighboring country.

New Kerala writes about Dr. Jennifer Turner's talk in Kolkata

What lessons does China's experience hold for other countries? In a series of talks throughout India, Dr. Jennifer Turner, CEF Director, offers some insights. New Kerala covered her talk in Kolkata, where she presented CEF's work on Global Choke Point: Water-Energy-Food Confrontations in China, U.S. and India.

CEF Director, Jennifer Turner, quoted by Times of India on the lessons from China's ChokePoint crisis

What lessons does China's experience hold for other countries? In a series of talks throughout India, Dr. Jennifer Turner, CEF Director, offers some insights. The Times of India covered her talk in Guwahati, where she warned against overexploiting natural resources in the North East of the country.

CEF Director, Jennifer Turner, quoted by Vice Sports on Water Scarcity and the Winter Olympics Bid

Is China's pollution crisis affecting its chances of winning the Winter Olympics bid?

CEF Director, Dr. Jennifer Turner was recently quoted in a Vice Sports article addressing the nexus between sports, water scarcity, and pollution. As global temperatures continue to rise, finding an appropriate location for the winter olympics will become increasingly hard. At the same time, allocating huge amounts of natural resources such as water towards the games is becoming increasingly controversial.

INFOGRAPHIC: Conquering China’s Sludge Mountains

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Two Decades Trying to Solve China’s Environmental Problems: An Interview With WWF’s Tao Hu

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China-U.S.-ASEAN Relations and Maritime Security in the South China Sea

The long-standing disputes over territory and maritime resources in the South China Sea (SCS) have rapidly escalated in recent years, due to a spiral of actions and reactions by claimant states. At the core of the problem is China’s expansive claim, as expressed – however ambiguously – by its so-called 9-dash line map which is said to encompass 90 percent of this ocean. 

China’s Water-Energy-Food Roadmap: A New Global Choke Point Report

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