Environmental Judges from China’s courts updating green wonks

What strengths and weaknesses does Chinese environmental law embody today?

Russ Imrie August 2012

Catching up on this post as we speak March 2013 after more research, many distractions. I’ll complete and post afresh within a week. Especially on point in view of my presence at Wilson Center‘s Kissinger Institute forum.

l. to r. Luo Guangqian (Judge, Environmental Tribunal of Qingzhen Municipal Court, Guizhou Province), Cao Shibing (Vice President, National Judges ), Zhang Xianli (Judge, Shandong Qingdao Maritime Court), Siu Tip Lam (Vermont Law School), Bruce Myers (Environmental Law Institute) – photo Russ Imrie

March 13 at the Kissinger Institute on China’s Climate Change Challenge

China Water Risk site  – highly recommended – http://chinawaterrisk.org/

80% glacial retreat? urban population explosion? more to come

l. to r. Dr. Xuedu Lu (Asian Development Bank), Dr. Jennifer Turner (China Development Forum), J. Stapleton Roy (Kissinger Institute on China and the United States - photo Russ Imrie

l. to r. Dr. Xuedu Lu (Asian Development Bank), Dr. Jennifer Turner (China Development Forum), J. Stapleton Roy (Kissinger Institute on China and the United States) – photo Russ Imrie

 

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