<b>Greening Business in China</b>

Featuring: Rick Bunch, World Resources Institute; Virginia Barreiro, World Resources Institute; Heather McGray, ECOLOGIA; Ann Weeks, U.S.-China Business Council (Discussant)

By Timothy Hildebrandt and Jennifer L. Turner

<b>Environmental Journalism in China</b>

Featuring: San Yanjun, Tianjin Public Radio; James Detjen, Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, Michigan State University

By Timothy Hildebrandt and Jennifer L. Turner

<b>Green Olympic Roundtable: Insights for Beijing 2008</b>

Featuring Yu Xiaoxuan, Environmental Activity Department, Beijing Organizing Committee; Tom Price, Environmental Advisory Committee, 2002 Olympic Games; Mark Jordan, Bay Area Sports Organizing Committee; Tanmay Tathagat, International Institute for Energy Conservation

By Timothy Hildebrandt and Jennifer L. Turner

<b>Managing Coastal Waters in China</b>

By Timothy Hildebrandt and Jennifer L. Turner

<b>Hazardous Waste Challenges in Greater China</b>

Speakers: Gao Nianping, Hunan Association of Environmental Protection Industry; Pang Kin-hing, Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department; Wu Tung-jye, Green Formosa Front

<b>Water Crises in China and Pakistan</b>

Featuring: Naser Faruqi, International Development Research Centre; Ma Jun, South China Morning Post (SCMP.com); Sylvana Li, U.S. Department of Agriculture (Discussant)

By Timothy Hildebrandt and Jennifer L. Turner

<b>Green Activism and Civil Society in South Korea </b>

Featureing: Mr. Seo Wang-Jin, Secretary General, Citizen Movement for Environmental Justice; Ms. Kim Je-Nam, Co-Secretary General, Green Korea United; Mr. Stephen Costello, The Atlantic Council (Commentator)

<b>Powering Up the Dragon: World Bank and NGO Energy Efficiency Projects in China</b>

Featuring: Denise Knight, International Institute for Energy Conservation; Robert P. Taylor, World Bank; Pam Baldinger, Baldinger and Associates (discussant); Jennifer L. Turner, Environmental Change and Security Project (chair)

By Timothy Hildebrandt and Jennifer L. Turner

The America's Energy Coast Policy Forum

The second America's Energy Coast Policy Forum was held on November 4, 2009 at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington DC. The second policy forum focused on the long-term sustainability of America’s Energy Coast. Region at Risk: Preventing the Loss of Vital National Assets was released in conjunction with the forum and describes the significance and uniqueness of the Gulf Coast, identifies major threats facing the region, and outlines steps that must be taken to protect and restore this invaluable landscape.