The legal framework for environmental regulation in China has made progress, but—as with much of Chinese legal reform—the proof is in the pudding, and at issue is enforcement of the law. But enforcement is difficult to observe, as it takes place daily in courts across the country. Jerome Cohen, Benjamin Von Rooij, Zhang Jingjing, and Alex Wang discuss. This event was held by NYU, Council on Foreign Relations, and Asia Society.
Posted: November 21st, 2008
Enforcing China’s Environmental Law: Options, Experience, and Prospects