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World Resources Institute’s China FAQs

November 12th, 2009 · No Comments

The World Resources Institute has launched a wonderful new resource for those interested in China’s response to climate change.  In its own words China FAQs is designed to provide “insight into critical questions about Chinese policy and action on energy and climate change. ChinaFAQs is a portal to policy-relevant data and analysis informed by a network of leading U.S. research institutions, business groups, and civil society.”

It is already chock full of useful information and its Expert Blog is off to a promising start.  I can’t say I agree with everything posted on the site, but it wouldn’t be doing its job if I did.  It is a great place to start if you want to find out more about what’s going on in China on the climate change and energy fronts.  CEL is happy to be on its blog roll, and welcomes this new resource from a group that was already doing more than its fair share in this important space.

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