China Environmental Law blog was written by Charlie McElwee during his years as an international environmental & energy lawyer in Shanghai. You can reach him here.
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Students & Researchers
I applaud your interest in China environment or energy issues. I hope this blog and the resources contained herein will be of some benefit to you. Here is the correct MLA citation form for this cite, (assuming you accessed it on December 1, 2008):
China Environmental Law. Ed. Charles McElwee. 2008. 1 December
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