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  • The conflicting demand for water, energy and food is one of the defining challenges of the 21st century.  Under Global Choke Point, a collaborative initiative between  and 澳门六合彩, CEF has created stories, infographics, videos, and workshops that explore the intensifying confrontation between growing energy demand, food needs, and declining freshwater supplies in China, India, and the United States. Our Choke Point: China work informed the creation of a water-energy track under the landmark 2014 U.S.-China Climate and Clean Energy Agreement. Today, our water-energy work is diving deep into low-carbon urban water solutions in the United States and China.

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  • CEF and 澳门六合彩’s Serious Games Initiatives (SGI) have created an educational digital game, , aiming to raise public awareness on the plastic product lifecycle and policies as well as consumer actions to slow plastic leakage into the ocean. To address the mounting issue of plastics, this project, partially funded by the National Geographic Society and Luce Foundation,  targets diverse audiences around the globe and extend to related projects on waste management, disposal, and recycling in Asia.

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  • (October, 8 2020)

    Dr. Jennifer Turner joined Sherri Goodman (Polar Institute, ECSP), Margaret Jackson (Atlantic Council), and Thammy Evans (Atlantic Council) for a lively discussion hosted by David Bray (Atlantic Council) about technological innovations to solve the growing climate crisis and the international leadership necessary to motivate that change. 

  • (October 8, 2020)

    As part of its massive global infrastructure project, Belt and Road, China is financing dozens of new coal plants in Asia, the Middle East and Africa. For countries that desperately need more electricity, that's a big win. But it's also bad for climate change. Joe Biden says he will get China to stop building more coal plants. But how realistic is that pledge? Dr. Jennifer Turner weighs in. 

  •  (September 25, 2020) 

    "Despite lacking details, President Xi’s 2060 carbon neutral declaration is encouraging, especially in a year when scientists say climate disruption is becoming locked in. If Mr Xi’s moonshot target is backed by concrete and aggressive action it could spark renewed global action on climate, similar to how a US-China bilateral agreement united the world behind the Paris climate talks." - Dr. Jennifer Turner 

     

  • Sustainable Asia Season 10 

    In collaboration with , the , and CEF, the  podcast released a special season in September to promote conversation about China's role in supporting the creation of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in Antarctica ahead of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) meeting in November 2020. 

  •  (July 22, 2020)

    Dr. Jennifer Turner spoke with AmCham's Kate about the evolution of China’s climate change and environmental policies and how its “war on pollution” and climate change initiatives could be impacted by the economic downturn of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also also discussed other environmental issues facing China, including deforestation and the environmental impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative.

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