March 7, 2016

 International Channel Shanghai interviews JUCCCE Chairperson Peggy Liu on pollution in China.

June 27, 2014

Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson of the Financial Times quotes JUCCCE Chairperson Peggy Liu in his article on air pollution in Wuhan.

I was prepared for smog when I landed in Wuhan, the industrial heartland city dubbed the Detroit of China, but I hadn’t expected it inside th...

June 19, 2014

Slate’s Daniel Gross talks to Peggy Liu about whether China can develop a low-carbon economy.

Here’s an idea. What if China could evolve quickly from the world’s environmental problem to the world’s provider of environmental solutions?

This isn’t a Slate pitch. (Actually...

June 13, 2014

Smartplanet’s Gabrielle Jaffe consults Peggy Liu on the prospects of ecotourism in China.

Try to picture an eco-paradise. As the world's biggest polluter, China probably isn't the first destination that springs to mind. And yet in recent years this famously gray, smog-c...

March 18, 2014

TED’s Kate Torgovnick May blogs on JUCCCE Chairperson Peggy Liu’s TED talk.

“I am so happy to be here, because I can actually breathe the air,” says Peggy Liu, who lives in China, as she steps on the TED2014 stage. Her typical day begins not with checking the time, but...

January 5, 2014

Shanghai Daily spoke with JUCCCE Chairperson Peggy Liu and other local environmentalists about living sustainably.

As dangerous smog smothers Shanghai and other cities, soil contamination sows worry, and food safety scandals erupt, some people are doing more than lament...

September 16, 2010

Note: The following article appeared in the New York Times. 

What a contrast. In a year that’s on track to be our planet’s hottest on record, America turned “climate change” into a four-letter word that many U.S. politicians won’t even dare utter in public. If this were...

October 19, 2009

On October 6th 2009, Peggy presented at Hotchkiss School on China’s environmental situation and what JUCCCE is doing to combat this. Hotchkiss school is one of the top high schools in America and our presentation was eye-opening to both students and staff members.


May 29, 2009

Note: The following article was taken from SFGate. 

China is at a crossroads. This nation of 1.3 billion people is faced with the daunting task of building on its 30 years of unprecedented economic development without further damage to its environment.

Currently, one-thi...

May 29, 2009

Note: The following article was taken from China Daily.

If you compare modern photographs of colleges in the English university city of Oxford, with those taken little more than 50 years ago, you will instantly notice a remarkable difference.

Today the picturesque sandst...

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