Asia Program Special Report No. 132 by Seungsook Moon, Jean R. Renshaw, Kyung-Ae Park, and R. Darcy. Edited by Michael Kugelman.
Authors in this issue of the China Environment Series examine many of China's environmental health challenges, with emphasis throughout on potential steps to address these problems through regulation, better research, greater NGO involvement, and international assistance.
Pakistan's population is young, fast-growing, and rapidly urbanizing. This new book, edited by program associate Michael Kugelman and program director Robert M. Hathaway, examines how the country can harness the promise of a population often viewed as a hindrance to prosperity and threat to stability.
by Zhiguo Gao and Jilu Wu
Bamboo Sprouts After the Rain: The History of University Student Environmental Associations in China by Lu Hongyan
Asia Program Special Report No. 125 by Jiunn-Ronh Yeh, Jacques DeLisle, and Alan Wachman.
Citizens Finding a Voice: Bottom-Up Politics in China's Nuclear Power Debate Xiang Fang Spotlight on NGO Activism: A Wake-Up Call to Polluting Companies By Christine Boyle & Jing Chen Provincial Impacts of Multilateral Cooperation: The Greater Tumen Initiative and Environmental Protection in Jilin By See-Won Byun Feature Box: SSRC's China Environment and Health Initiative By Jennifer Holdaway Double Benefits: Saving Energy and Reducing Emissions in Hainan By Lei Bi & Qian Wang How Far Will the Rising Tide of CSR Go in China? By Sean Gilbert Spotlight on NGO Activism: Securing Land Rights for China’s Poor Farmers: The Rural Development Institute By Zhu Keliang, Ping Li, & Radha Friedman