Conservation Policies in China Today After Rapid Economic Development and Global Impact
The Office of China Programs is pleased to present this symposium series that examines several high profile topics about China's emerging presence in the world to offer complexity, divergent and multiple perspectives, and analytic insight about China that goes beyond the headlines. The goal is a public discussion, grounded in scholarship, that makes possible open and informed dialogue. Panels will focus on relevant and timely topics related to China and will allow ample time for Q&A. Audience members are also welcome to suggest topics for future panels. This series is free and open to the public.
Visit the International Studies & Programs website for more details and registration information.
Presented in partnership with the Stanford Center in China's Economy and Institutions, US-China Business Council, and the Office of China Programs
The Office of Research and Innovation is a proud sponsor of this event.