Jul 28, 2009
JULY 2009- A report released on July 27 by the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee entitled "Broadening the Bilateral: Seizing the Opportunity for Meaningful U.S.-China Collaboration on Climate Change" outlined the latest climate change science, reviews domestic actions in China, identifies current areas of U.S.-China energy collaboration, and addresses ways to move the bilateral relationship forward.
Jul 28, 2009
JULY 2009- Jennifer Turner, director of the China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson Center, talked to Clean Skies News about what is at stake for the Chinese during the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.
Jul 16, 2009
As Pakistan's army prepares for an assault on the tribal area of South Waziristan, Islamabad may be looking to strengthen its links with tribal militias, or lashkars. This would be a mistake, writes the Asia Program's Michael Kugelman. He explains why close associations with lashkars pose grave risks.
Jul 15, 2009
Jul 09, 2009
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars announced the appointment of Satoshi Ikeuchi as a Wilson Center Japan Scholar. Ikeuchi will spend two and one-half months in residence at the Wilson Center, beginning in October 2009, working on a research project examining American Middle East policy.
Former CEF speaker to put on a green business conference titled "New Ventures China Disruptive Green Innovation Forum"
Jul 08, 2009
JULY 2009- Former CEF speaker Ye Weijia, director of the DAO Institute for Environment and Development, will host a conference in Beijing on the profitability potential of being a green business.
Jul 07, 2009
JULY 2009- Former CEF speaker Jim Watson and coauthor Dr. Tao Wang have published a new report- "China's Energy Transition: Pathways for Low Carbon Development"
Jennifer Turner, Director of CEF, was quoted in several news articles on Chinese edition of VOA News
Jul 06, 2009
JULY 2009- As an expert on environmental problems and activities in China, Jennifer Turner shared her insights on a number of environmental issues that have profound implications for both US and China.
Jul 01, 2009
JULY 2009- Public interest lawyer Jingjing Zhang spent a month at the Wilson Center as a scholar with the China Environment Forum. Nicknamed "China's Erin Brockovich," she litigates cases that compensate villagers victimized by industrial pollution.