This section of the website provides links and PDFs to recent reports on Green Camel Bell’s work.

Sam Mikus, (2012) “A Symbol of Hope In Western China”, Exchange Magazine (AYAD) October 2011 to January 2012
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Hoschek, Doug (2011) Polar Pollution; Outdoor Memoirs of Polarfleece, U.S. publishing
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*Note this is a book publication not an article

Waterkeepers, (2011), “In One Chinese Town, No More Orange Water from the Yellow River”, Vol. 7, No.2, Summer 2011
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Burgener, Valerie (2011) “A green camel in the Chinese desert”, Into the Green, July 2011
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Sheehan, Linda (2011) “Waterkeepers in China “, Waterkeeper Alliance, April, 2011
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Min, Zheng and Xiu, Min Li (2011), “Victory for a Chinese non-profit”, Chinadialogue, January 2011
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Xiu Min Li (2010) “On the Dusty Road in Lanzhou”, Pacific Environment, April 2010
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Xiu and Yang, (2010) “Video from Xiu and Yang’s trip to China”, Pacific Environment, April 2010
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Guynup, Sharon (2010) “Dirty Water: India and China share a grave environmental problem—extreme water pollution”, Scientific American, June 2010
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Larson, Christina, (2010) “Growing Shortages of Water Threaten China’s Development”, Yale Environment 360 – a publication of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, July 2010
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The Asia Water Project (2010) “NGOs play a critical role in water conservation “, The Asia Water Project, 2010
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Ran, Li Ping (2010) “Yellow river pollution, China”, Green Camel Bell, 2010
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Das, Nitin (2009) “Green Camel Bell, China” Enchanted Lands and Fables, February 2009
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管理员, (2008) “Ground Reality of a Green NGO”, The Economic Observer Online, April 2008
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Larmer, Brook (2008), “Bitter Waters”, National Geographic, May 2008
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Larson, Christina (2008), “China’s Emerging Environmental Movement”, Yale Environment 360 – a publication of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, June 2008
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Wong, Tiffany, (2008) “Wen Bo: Environmentalism growing in China”, CNN Asia, June 2008
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Dooley, Tom and Wang, Xi (2008) “Journey Across China”, Pacific Environment, 2008
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McElwee, Charlie (2008) “Green Camel Bell”, China Environmental Law: A discussion of China’s environmental and energy laws, regulations, and policies, April, 2008
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Min, Zheng and Xiu, Min Li (2008) “The Clean Water That Finally Came to Liangjiawan” Pacific Environment, 2008
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Snow, Brendan. adapted by Salaverry, Daniela (2007) “Partner Profile: Green Camel Bell–Western China’s Emerging Environmental Group”, Pacific Environment, March 2007
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Larson, Christina (2008) “The Green Leap Forward “, Washington Monthly, August 2007
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Gifford, Rob (2007) “Yellow River Pollution Is Price of Economic Growth”, NPR News, December 2007
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Wu Haoliang (2006) “The Third Wave of China’s Grassroots Environmental Movement: Regional Youth Environmental Organizations”, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholarships – China Environment Series, 2006
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Watts, Jonathan (28 June 2011) “Provincial tug-of-war waters down China’s Yellow river success story”, guardian.co.uk
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