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Making Positive Change Happen in China: The Roots & Shoots Program in China

Erika Helms Making Positive Change Happen in China: The Roots & Shoots Program in China

Recent Chinese history is marked by mass campaigns.  Mass campaigns to industrialize, mass campaigns to expand the economy, but a mass campaign to restore the balance of nature is still forthcoming.  Rather than wait, the Jane Goodall Institute China has taken up the reigns in this campaign to educate China's youth through the Roots & Shoots program. Ms. Helms hopes that knowledge of the environment will spread virally from child to parent and from school to community.

An Overview of the Third Sector in Greater China

Mark Sidel An Overview of the Third Sector in Greater China

Iowa Law School Professor Mark Sidel provides a detailed overview of the third sector (civil society/NGO sector) in Greater China and discusses emerging trends such as the impact of the economic downturn in charitable giving and volunteering, innovation in social entrepreneurship and the increased flow of philanthropic capital across borders, particularly across the Taiwan Strait.

Lessons on Ecological Rehabilitation: Part 4

John D. Liu 1

The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long World Bank project located in the north central China Loess Plateau, which dramatically and successfully transformed an area larger than Belgium from a totally devastated wasteland into a fully functional eco-system. This experience is now being transferred from China to successful national and local efforts in Africa in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania. The UNEP and other organizations are cooperating to share this knowledge globally.

Lessons on Ecological Rehabilitation: Part 3

John D. Liu 3

The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long World Bank project located in the north central China Loess Plateau, which dramatically and successfully transformed an area larger than Belgium from a totally devastated wasteland into a fully functional eco-system. This experience is now being transferred from China to successful national and local efforts in Africa in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania. The UNEP and other organizations are cooperating to share this knowledge globally.

Lessons on Ecological Rehabilitation: Part 2

John D. Liu 4

The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long World Bank project located in the north central China Loess Plateau, which dramatically and successfully transformed an area larger than Belgium from a totally devastated wasteland into a fully functional eco-system. This experience is now being transferred from China to successful national and local efforts in Africa in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania. The UNEP and other organizations are cooperating to share this knowledge globally.

Approval Procedure for Joint Ventures in China

Nick Approval Procedure for Joint Ventures in China

Nick provides a detailed chart of the process to establish a joint venture in China. This roadmap demystifies the process by setting forth clearly the role and tasks of each participant in a joint venture formation, from the concept stage through the wrap up stages. This lifts the curtain and illustrates at each stage in a Joint Venture’s life cycle what the foreign/local JV parties are supposed to do as well as the legal/business team and the government.

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