Danielle Neighbour Schwarzman Fellow
Gillian Zwicker Research Assistant, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars’ China Environment Forum
May 31 , 2019
Chinese cities can learn from New York City’s wastewater resiliency plan to prevent flooding in treatment plants, as well as the city’s steps to address wastewater pollution.
Teresa Kennedy Master's student at Peking University's Yenching Academy in Beijing
May 17 , 2019
It is impossible to predict the full environmental impact of the Belt and Road Initiative, so it is critical that Chinese authorities take full advantage of every opportunity to consciously build a greener Belt and Road.
Jamie Metzl Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
Mar 01 , 2017
As two of the most advanced countries engaged with these technologies and global leaders, the United States and China must together play a leading role in ensuring that the genetic revolution enhances human health and well-being and that the worst dystopian fears can be avoided.
Liu Yandong Vice Premier, China
Jul 17 , 2015
China invites the nations of the world to join in its strategy of opening up featuring mutual benefit and win-win outcomes. By opening doors wider and wider to the outside world, the environment for development will be more transparent, equitable, well-regulated, and predictable.
Kerry Brown Professor of Chinese Studies, Lau China Institute at King's College, London
Nov 15 , 2014
The consensus amongst the political elite in China since the 11th Five Year Programme issued in 2006 has been that climate change is a reality, and that its fiercest impact will fall on their country unless something is done.
Nov 10 , 2014
The annual APEC Economic Leader's Meeting kicks off on Monday in Beijing, and this event will surely focus on global economic recovery. Many people all over
Oct 20 , 2014
I am in no way an expert on China, but one need not be an expert to understand that China’s elite knows they are in the midst of a deep crisis of environmental
Walker Rowe Publisher, Southern Pacific Review
Oct 17 , 2013
As climate change and air pollution levels continue to make news, Walker Rowe examines the air pollution debate from an historical context – laying out how the United States has progressed since the Industrial Revolution and the steps China can take to lower its air pollution levels while meeting international standards.
Chen Yonglong Director of Center of American Studies, China Foundation for International Studies
Apr 26 , 2013
China faces numerous trials along its path to become a major power. It is crucial for China’s development to choose a proper path forward while celebrating the centennial of the People’s Republic of China.
Elizabeth Muller Executive Director, Berkeley Earth
Apr 18 , 2013
Awaiting confirmation to head the Energy Department, Ernest J. Moniz must balance the desire to develop and extract new sources of energy with the need to cut greenhouse gas emissions and minimize environmental damage. Elizabeth Muller explains the new energy secretary will have the duty of guiding emerging economies like China through the crucial switch from coal to natural gas.