We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byWilliam Klein
Modified over 4 years ago
Chinas Green Revolution & Water-Energy Choke Points Jennifer L. Turner, China Environment Forum, Woodrow Wilson Center email@example.com
Chinese Communist Party Ranked the #1 Green Giant
Chinas Watergy By Numbers #1 20% (32%) ¼ 350 Million -20% +15% 400 GW
Electrical Energy Production China 20102020 960G w 1900G w
Chinas Water-Energy Choke Point Chinas Demand for Energy is Outpacing its Freshwater Supply By 2030 China Will Face A 52 Trillion Gallon Water Shortage (Driven Mainly By Coal Production and Consumption) Photo © J. Carl Ganter / Circle of Blue
Water on the Move
Canadian Tar Sands Oil
Chinas Eco-Warriors Wang Canfa, CLAPV Ma Jun, Institute for Public and Environmental Affairs Wen Bo, Formerly Pacific Environment Yu Xiaogang, Green Watershed Wang Yongchen Green Earth Volunteers
Guy Caruso Administrator Energy Information Administration Washington, DC June 20, 2006 International Energy Outlook 2006 with Projections to 2030.
Bruce M. Everett USAF Air Command and Staff College September 20, 2010 American Energy Security: Myth and Reality.
Chinas Environmental Choke Points China Environment Forum.
16 th April 2008 Energy Outlook View of an International Oil Company Thierry PFLIMLIN President & CEO Total Oil Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd 2 nd ARF Seminar on.
China Might not be in Short of Water Prof. Wu Jisong Chairman of Beijing Association of Recycle Economy development Senior Advisor of Beijing Olympic Game.
BPW International Congress Empowered Women Leading Business May 23 ~ 27, 2014 Jeju Island, Korea Anne Hilty, Congress Coordinator
“Energiewende” and cost mechanisms Charlotte Loreck Energy and Climate Division Öko-Institut e.V. Berlin for Heinrich Böll Foundation 5 December 2012.
The Energy Challenge CONTEXT SCALE. Humanity’s Top 10 Problems for Next 50 Years 1.Energy 2.Water 3.Food 4.Environment 5.Poverty 6.Terrorism and War 7.Disease.
Natural Resources Key Terms Natural Resources II Mr. Cole.
China’s Water-Energy Choke Points Jennifer L. Turner, China Environment Forum, Woodrow Wilson Center.
I. I.Energy US EIA World energy consumption projected to rise 53% from 2008 to 2035 Greatest projected increase in non-OECD countries (85% vs. 18% in OECD.
Petroleum, Natural Gas, and Coal
OIL SHALE – contains Kerogen Tar sands – contain bitumen.
The Earth is not Infinite and therefore does not scale Our Waveform of Consumption.
Objectives - Nonrenewable Describe nonrenewable energy consumption. Describe the production of energy from oil and natural gas. Describe nonrenewable.
China’s Environment: Domestic Challenges and Regional Implications Stephanie B. Ohshita Assistant Professor, Dept. of Environmental Science University.
Energy Resources Senior Seminar: Spaceship Earth Summer 2008.
Geographic Factors and Natural Resources Chapter 2 Section 2 pg.31.
Energy In Egypt Ahmed Hebala Teaching Assistant, AAST, Electric Power and Control Engineering Ahmed Hebala - Energy in Egypt1.
© 2018 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.