CEF Coordinator Publishes Article in the Jamestown Foundation's China Brief on China's Growing Water WoesDec 20, 2006
DECEMBER 2006 - China's Water Woes Addressed by Dr. Turner
NOVEMBER 2006—Public Discussion to Address Sustainable Peace in Post-Conflict Settings
NOVEMBER 2006--The Upside of Down at the Wilson Center
<i>China Environment Series</i> Editor Issues Call for Papers-Focus on Environmental Health Challenges in ChinaNov 01, 2006
NOVEMBER 2006 - CEF Welcoming Proposals for CES 9
OCTOBER 2006--Population Institute to Host Ceremony at U.S. Capitol Building
OCTOBER 2006—Meeting Videos, Summaries, Presentations Online
OCTOBER 2006--New Forum For Sharing News, Ideas, Research
Ma Jun, Long-term Participant in CEF Projects, Launches China's First Public Database of Nationwide Water PollutionOct 11, 2006
OCTOBER 2006--A tool for increasing transparency on water pollution, Ma Jun's new database is revealed
Severe weather often makes headlines but longer-term trends in climate science often receive little, if any, media attention. This cover story from the October issue of Centerpoint explores some of the reasons, based on an environmental conference that took place at the Center over the summer.
ESCP and GHI Program Associate Gib Clarke discusses the link between climate change and population in this Point of View column from the October 2006 issue of Centerpoint.