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Commentaries by Danielle Neighbour

Danielle Neighbour

Schwarzman Fellow

Danielle Neighbour is a Schwarzman Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars’ Kissinger Institute and China Environment Forum, where she researches wastewater treatment, water recycling, and environmental policy. She holds a Master’s of Global Affairs from Tsinghua University’s Schwarzman Scholars program in Beijing, China, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Arkansas.
  • Jan 09 , 2019

    China produces approximately 30 million tonnes of organic sludge annually - only approximately one-fifth of which is properly treated. A deadly combination of pollution and scarcity now threatens the future of China’s cities. New wastewater technologies being explored and piloted in both the United States and China can serve as a much-needed point of collaboration and exchange between the two nations.

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