AUGUST 2009- A 2007 CEF Research Brief is referenced in an Earth911 article about waste management in China.
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.
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.
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.
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 NewsJul 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.
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.
JUNE 2009 - CES 10 author Steven Q. Andrews was recently cited in a June 17th Nature article on clean air in Beijing
JUNE 2009 - China Environment Forum Director Jennifer Turner will speak at a Washington D.C. Bar Association meeting on environmental law in China
Illegal wildlife trafficking is the third-largest criminal industry worldwide, involving $20 billion in global trade each year. At a meeting co-sponsored by the China Environment Forum and the Brazil Institute, experts discussed the nature of the wildlife trafficking industry and the challenges in fighting it.