The China Project hosts a long-running interdisciplinary seminar series, with talks by both external and internal researchers. Seminars are usually held at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and are open to the public.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013, 12:00 noon
“How Environmental Law in China Really Works”
Alex WANG, Visiting Assistant Professor, University of California Berkeley School of Law; former director, China Environmental Law & Governance Project, National Resources Defense Council, Beijing, China
Sponsored by the Harvard Environmental Law Review (HLS) and co-sponsored by the Harvard China Project (SEAS), East Asian Legal Studies Program (HLS), Environmental Law Society (HLS), Environmental Law Program (HLS), Asia Law Society (HLS), and Harvard University Center for the Environment
Thursday, March 28, 2013, 3:30 PM
"China's Legislation on Air Pollution and Climate Change"
ZHU Xiaoqin, Visiting Fulbright Scholar, East Asian Legal Studies, Harvard Law School; Professor, School of Law, Xiamen University
Sponsored by the Harvard China Project (SEAS) and co-sponsored by the East Asian Legal Studies Program (HLS)
Monday, April 8, 2013, 12:00 PM
"The Costs and Benefits of Carbon Taxes in China"
Chris P. NIELSEN, Executive Director, Harvard China Project
Mun S. HO, Visiting Scholar, Harvard China Project and Resources for the Future
Sponsored by the Consortium for Energy Policy Research (HKS) and co-sponsored by the Harvard China Project (SEAS)