These are the posts filed under "China Water, Energy, Food".
From world’s largest nation, frontline reporting on resource conflicts.
There’s no pretending that providing secure stores of fresh water, and producing adequate supplies of energy and food is confounding
NEW YORK — Five years ago Linda Ragsdale, an artist and mother from Nashville, survived a terrrorist attack in Mumbai,
Qingwei Sun, former Greenpeace campaigner, and lead author of Thirsty Coal, a two-part report on the rising water demands of
Jennifer Turner (in red), director of the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum, introduces the Water and Energy Team to policy