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  • Arsenic poisoning threatens 20 million in China2013-09-25

    Abstract:Study identifies areas of high-risk arsenic contamination in north of China, including Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia, Henan, Shandong and Jiangsu……Source: China Dialogue,…

  • Chinas oil giants punished for environmental failin…2013-09-25

    Abstract:China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) and Sinopec, two of China’s biggest oil companies, have been placed under unprecedented restrictions for violating environmental laws...Source: China Dialogue,

  • What Chinese factory bosses really think about envi…2013-08-30

    Abstract:Factory owners and managers cite cost efficiency and public health as greater priorities than climate change or conservation...Source: China Dialogue,

  • Academic Article Recommendation: Environment and He…2013-08-26

    Abstract:Author: Jennifer Holdaway, Social Science Research CouncilIn the context of this symposium, this article reviews social science research in the emerging field of environment and health in China, with a particular focus on the impacts of pollution. It begi

  • 2012 Social Science Research Council China Environm…2013-06-07

    Abstract:2012 Social Science Research Council China Environment and Health Initiative Collaborative Grants Program

  • Fixing the environment is in our hands2013-04-26

    Abstract:Chinas environmental problems were propelled to the forefront of national consciousness at the start of the year, highlighted by smog in Beijing that prompted the city to issue the first-ever orange fog alert, indicating that visibility fell below 200 met

  • Bottled water catfight exposes Chinas reliance on m…2013-04-26

    Abstract:Bottled water producer Nongfu Spring has launched an attack on the company it claims is behind allegations that its product contains more chemicals than are allowed in Chinas tap water……Source:…