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xxiii, 200 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • AcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. Religion, Modernity, and Ecology2. The Subjectivity of Nature3. Liquid Ecology4. The Porosity of the Body5. The Locative Imagination6. The Political Ecology of the Daoist Body7. From Modernity to Sustainability8. From Sustainability to FlourishingNotesBibliographyIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231175869 20170925
How can Daoism, China's indigenous religion, give us the aesthetic, ethical, political, and spiritual tools to address the root causes of our ecological crisis and construct a sustainable future? In China's Green Religion, James Miller shows how Daoism orients individuals toward a holistic understanding of religion and nature. Explicitly connecting human flourishing to the thriving of nature, Daoism fosters a "green" subjectivity and agency that transforms what it means to live a flourishing life on earth.Through a groundbreaking reconstruction of Daoist philosophy and religion, Miller argues for four key, green insights: a vision of nature as a subjective power that informs human life; an anthropological idea of the porous body based on a sense of qi flowing through landscapes and human beings; a tradition of knowing founded on the experience of transformative power in specific landscapes and topographies; and an aesthetic and moral sensibility based on an affective sensitivity to how the world pervades the body and the body pervades the world. Environmentalists struggle to raise consciousness for their cause, Miller argues, because their activism relies on a quasi-Christian concept of "saving the earth." Instead, environmentalists should integrate nature and culture more seamlessly, cultivating through a contemporary intellectual vocabulary a compelling vision of how the earth materially and spiritually supports human flourishing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231175869 20170925
Green Library
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xx, 247 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: the diversity of eco-religious practice in China / Dan Smyer Yu, with James Miller and Peter van der Veer
  • Ecology and the classics / Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
  • Conceptualizations of earth and land in classical Chinese texts / Deborah Sommer
  • 'The Great Virtue of Heaven and Earth' : deep ecology in the Yijing / Joseph A. Adler
  • 'Hard-hearted' and 'soft-hearted' ecologies : a rereading of Confucian and Daoist classics / Chen Xia and Peng Guoxiang with James Miller
  • Gods and nature in Highest Clarity Daoism / James Miller
  • When the land is excellent : village feng shui forests and the nature of lineage, polity and vitality in southern China / Chris Coggins
  • Finding nature in religion, hunting religion from the environment / Rebecca Nedostup
  • Globalizations and diversities of nature in China / Robert P. Weller
  • Is Chinese popular religion at all compatible with ecology? A discussion of feng shui / Ole Bruun
  • 'Ecological migration' and cultural adaptation : a case study of the Sanjiangyuan Nature Reserve, Qinghai Province / Qi Jinyu
  • Reverse environmentalism : contemporary articulations of Tibetan culture, Buddhism and environmental protection / Emily T. Yeh
  • Earthwork, home-making and eco-aesthetics among Amdo Tibetans / Dan Smyer Yu.
This book sheds light on the social imagination of nature and environment in contemporary China. It demonstrates how the urgent debate on how to create an ecologically sustainable future for the world's most populous country is shaped by its complex engagement with religious traditions, competing visions of modernity and globalization, and by engagement with minority nationalities who live in areas of outstanding natural beauty on China's physical and social margins. The book develops a comprehensive understanding of contemporary China that goes beyond the tradition/ modernity dichotomy, and illuminates the diversity of narratives and worldviews that inform contemporary Chinese understandings of and engagements with nature and environment.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415855150 20160616
Green Library
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xviii, 336 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction-- 1. Qing fields in theory and practice-- 2. The nature of imperial foraging in the SAH basin-- 3. The nature of imperial pastoralism in southern Inner Mongolia-- 4. The nature of imperial indigenism in southwestern Yunnan-- 5. Borderland Hanspace in the nineteenth century-- 6. Qing environmentality.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107068841 20160619
In this book, David Bello offers a new and radical interpretation of how China's last dynasty, the Qing (1644-1911), relied on the interrelationship between ecology and ethnicity to incorporate the country's far-flung borderlands into the dynasty's expanding empire. The dynasty tried to manage the sustainable survival and compatibility of discrete borderland ethnic regimes in Manchuria, Inner Mongolia, and Yunnan within a corporatist 'Han Chinese' imperial political order. This unprecedented imperial unification resulted in the great human and ecological diversity that exists today. Using natural science literature in conjunction with under-utilized and new sources in the Manchu language, Bello demonstrates how Qing expansion and consolidation of empire was dependent on a precise and intense manipulation of regional environmental relationships.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107068841 20160619
Green Library
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188 p. : charts ; 23 cm.
  • A brief history of Brazil's growth
  • China towards 2020 : growth performance and sustainability
  • Shaping the Indian miracle : acceleration towards high growth
  • Indonesia beyond the recovery : growth strategy in an archipelago country
  • Sustainable growth in South Africa.
This publication is based on the proceedings of a conference, organized by the OECD, on the growth performance of these large emerging-market economies. The book brings together contributions from policy makers and scholars. It discusses the growth experiences of these countries, including how they have fared in the wake of the recent global financial crisis. It also examines these countries' prospects for sustaining strong growth over the long term. The chapters in this book offer analyses of the growth process in individual countries, including the reduction of external vulnerability in Brazil, the contribution of human and physical capital accumulation in China and Indonesia, initiatives to promote infrastructure and social development in India, and financial deepening in South Africa.--Publisher's description.
Green Library
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xii, 154 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Preface 1. Introduction Tilman Altenburg 2. Sustainability-oriented innovation systems - managing the green transformation Tilman Altenburg and Anna Pegels 3. Technology transfer? The rise of China and India in green technology sectors Rasmus Lema and Adrian Lema 4. Innovating for energy efficiency: a perspective from India Ankur Chaudhary, Ambuj Sagar and Ajay Mathur 5. Sustainability-oriented innovation in the automobile industry: advancing electromobility in China, France, Germany and India Tilman Altenburg, Shikha Bhasin and Doris Fischer 6. Different routes to technology acquisition and innovation system building? China's and India's wind turbine industries Rainer Walz and Jonathan Novak Delgado 7. Key actors and their motives for wind energy innovation in China Frauke Urban, Johan Nordensvard and Zhou Yuan 8. Challenges of low carbon technology diffusion: insights from shifts in China's photovoltaic industry development Doris Fischer.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138937697 20160619
Global economic growth, recently fuelled by Asia's emerging economies, has greatly accelerated the accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and boosted demand for scarce natural resources, including energy, food and mineral raw materials. These developments are pushing the planet close to its ecological boundaries. Transforming the world economy towards sustainability, while ensuring decent levels of resource use for all global citizens, is the greatest challenge of our time. This book explores how innovation systems need to be adapted to successfully confront these challenges. The first chapter introduces the concept of sustainability-oriented innovation systems which highlights the systematic differences between systems that have developed along current resource-intensive technological trajectories and those that address the impending environmental mega-problems. The subsequent articles present case studies of sustainability-oriented innovations in a number of policy areas, including energy efficiency, electric mobility and generation of renewable energy, in China and India. These case studies confirm the specificities of innovation systems geared towards a green techno-economic paradigm. This book was originally published as a special issue of Innovation and Development.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138937697 20160619
Green Library
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vii, 103 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • 1. Introduction 2. Theoretical Framework 3. Sustainable Development in Taiwan and China 4. Sustainable development programs and experiments 5. Directions for Future Study.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137325563 20160612
Both Taiwan and China are extremely populous nations that, due to population pressures and continuing high growth levels, have experienced challenges in sustainable development. Hsu illustrates Taiwan's path toward sustainable development and contrasts it to that of China, suggesting ways in which Taiwan can help China implement its environmental and social policies, and in which China might help Taiwan continue its path toward sustainable environmental and social policies. She explains that although Taiwan is a small compared to China, some aspects of its development model can (and should) be scaled up for larger countries. The importance of regulation enforcement is clear regarding Taiwan's environmental protection program, as is the promotion of small and medium sized enterprises in promoting income and social equality. Similarly, China's experimental methodology - using small areas to explore different ways of living or different technologies - can be useful in Taiwan. In Lessons in Sustainable Development, Hsu examines China and Taiwan in terms of inequality and environmental issues.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137325563 20160612
Green Library
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13, 299 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
East Asia Library
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1 online resource (99 pages) : illustrations, tables
Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
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2 v. (2, 10, 3, 1213 p.) : ill. ; 21cm.
East Asia Library
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2, 2, 187 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
East Asia Library
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ii, 187 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Green Library
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v, 192 p. ; 27 cm.
East Asia Library
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xix, 211 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introduction, Curtis Andressen Part 1: Sustainability of Chinese Society 2. Sustaining the Dragon: International Relations Theory and the Rise of China, Martin Griffiths 3. Unsustainable Economic Interdependence: Two Asia-Pacific Examples, Richard Leaver 4. China's Cities: Reflecting on the Last 25 years, Dean Forbes 5. Social Security for an Aging Society: The Experience of Australia and China, Andrew Watson 6. Education and Change in China Today, Zhou Guan Qi and Curtis Andressen 7. Sustainable Development and Health Care Reform in China, Shen Yajun and Arthur Van Deth 8. Malpractice of Chinese News Media: Grassroots Professionals Trapped in Three Paradoxes, Xie Baohui and Mobo Gao 9. Building the Micro-Foundation of China's Sustainable Economic Development: Share-holder Oriented Corporate Governance Reform & the Performance of Chinese Publicly Traded Companies, Yang Dian Part 2: Sustainability of the Environment in China 10. Sustainable Development - A Way Forward or an Illusion? Don Clifton 11. Developing Sustainable Societies: Challenges and Perspectives, Simon Marsden 12. Addressing Climate Change in China: Challenges and Opportunities, Wang Mou, Jiahua Pan and Ruiying Zhang 13. How Climage Change Affected the Herders' Livelihood in a Semi-arid Pastoral Community, Wang Xiaoyi and Zhang Qian 14. English for Environmental Protection in China, Jeffrey Gil and Han Lin 15. Conclusion, Wang Xiaoyi.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415662598 20160612
Over the past three decades, China's economic structure, direction and international presence have undergone a dramatic transformation. This rapid rise and China's enormous success in economic terms has created new challenges, and this book examines how the Chinese economy can continue to flourish, whilst at the same time protecting the environment and giving people more equal access to the benefits of the country's economic development. Examining the key issues surrounding China's continued sustainable development, in economic, political, social and more traditional environmental terms, this book assesses the costs of China's rapid development to date and in turn asks whether this can be maintained. The contributors show that the idea of sustainable development must take into account more than just the physical environment, and that there are additional problems relating to the sustainability of China's economic growth that are much more complicated. Divided into two broad sections, the book looks first at the broader issues of sustainability in China, before turning to the more classic idea of sustainability, that of the environment. In doing so, the contributors show that sustainability is a far more complex phenomenon than is often assumed, and that economic and social sustainability are inherently linked to linked to environmental sustainability. Dealing with what are arguably the greatest challenges facing China today, this book will be will be of great interests to students and scholars of Chinese studies, Chinese economics and Chinese politics, as well as those interested in development studies and sustainable development more broadly.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415662598 20160612
Green Library
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2, 2, 3, 6, 280 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
East Asia Library
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1 atlas (144 p.) : col. ill., maps ; 50 cm.+ 2 computer optical discs (4 3/4 in).
East Asia Library
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7, 5, 506 p. ; 24 cm.
East Asia Library
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ix, 334 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 27 cm
East Asia Library
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vi, 283 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm + 1 computer disc (4 3/4 in.) Digital: text; PDF; PowerPoint.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xxi, 197 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • List of Tables List of Figures List of Editors and Authors Introduction - Shujie Yao, Bin Wu, Stephen Morgan and Dylan Sutherland 1. Development of Chinese Private Sector in the Past 30 Years: Retrospect and Prospect - Hongliang Zheng and Yang Yang 2. Cost-Profit Efficiency and Governance Effects of Commercial Banks in China: 1995-2005 - Chunxia Jiang and Shujie Yao 3. Regional inequalities in China -- A non-monetary view - Stephen L Morgan and Fang Su 4. Low-Carbon China: the Role of International Collaboration - David Tyfield and James Wilsdon 5. Effects of policy measures on energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions in China's road transport sector - Xiaoyu Yan and Roy J. Crookes 6. Social Networks, Innovation and the Development of Industrial Clusters in China - Jinmin Wang 7. Globalization and the Seafarers Supply in China - Bin Wu and Shujie Yao 8. China's Diaspora and Returnees: Impact on China's Globalization Process - Huiyao Wang and David Zweig 9. Corporate Social Responsibility in China's Largest TNCs - Dylan Sutherland and Glen Whelan 10. Nationalism vs. Democracy - China's bloggers and the Western Media - David K. Herold.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415559560 20160603
Taking the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing as an iconic turning-point and exploring key themes such as economic reform and sustainability, innovation and sustainability, globalisation and social development, this book analyses the prospects for sustainable reform and development in Post-Olympic China.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415559560 20160603
Green Library
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4, 4, 258 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
East Asia Library
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4, 24, 258 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
East Asia Library
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4, 2, 12, 416 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
East Asia Library
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xxviii, 535 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
East Asia Library
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10, 163 p. : col. ill., maps ; 29 cm.
East Asia Library
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xi, 249 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Green Library
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3, 284 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
East Asia Library
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168 p. : ill. ; 30 cm..
East Asia Library
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5, 4, 5, 354 p., [2] p. of plates : ill., col. maps ; 22 cm.
East Asia Library
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4, 2, 308 p. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
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v. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
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1 atlas (251 p.) : col. ill., col. maps ; 42 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
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11, 6, 605 p. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
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vii, 232 p. : map ; 23 cm.
  • The problems in context-- growth, development and sustainability-- developments in the Chinese rural political economy, 1949-1998-- rural reforms and the sustainability of the Chinese countryside-- PR of China - the environment and environment protection-- Chinese ecological agriculture, shengtai nongye-- research in the Chinese countryside-- case studies - Liu Min Yang, Xiao Zhang Zhuang, He Heng, Dou Dian, Teng Tou, Qian Wei, Tie Xi, counties-- conclusions.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781840149241 20160527
An examination of the potential for Chinese ecological agriculture providing a basis for sustainable development in the Chinese countryside. The study involves primary research in seven villages and four counties in China that have adopted ecological agriculture. It explores the concept of sustainable development generally and analyzes China's political-economic policies towards the countryside since 1945, the impacts on the environment and the state of China's environmental protection. The author addresses three main questions: is Chinese ecological agriculture worth adopting?; Specifically does CEA promise a form of sustainable rural development?; to the extent it does, what are the social, political and economic conditions in the Chinese countryside which most favour its extension?; to the extent that these conditions are restrictive, what can the Chinese authorities do to make them less so and thus encourage its extension? The study concludes that CEA, despite certain difficulties and problems, holds out the prospect of a more sustainable future for the rural economy than more usual forms of activity in the Chinese countryside. It finds that the conditions for adopting CEA are restrictive and that while the Chinese government is in favour of extending CEA it must look at land management and ownership and assess long-term needs.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781840149241 20160527
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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310 pages ; 25 cm
  • Low-carbon building development policies and trends in China
  • Comprehensive evaluation of low-carbon development of 110 cities in China
  • The low-carbon development situation in Chinese cities and the main objectives during the 12th five-year plan period
  • Technical methods for overall energy planning for low-carbon cities and their applications
  • Integrated technology for efficient coal water slurry preparation and combustion and applications : take Zhuzhou Lanyu Thermal Energy Technology Development Co., Ltd. as an example
  • Applied research on urban low-carbon transportation technologies in China
  • Research on urban waste recycling technology applications
  • Research on low-carbon technologies for packaging waste disposal
  • Carbon reduction technologies for the packaging product manufacturing process and their application research
  • Exploration and discussions of carbon reduction in paper packaging material production
  • Practice and countermeasures of low-carbon transportation development of Zhuzhou City in the urban transformation process
  • Discussion of typical foreign and domestic urban law-carbon development modes
  • Transformation modes and reference for domestic and foreign industrial law-carbon development.
In China, as Internet of Things and cloud-computing have been widely used in various areas, the concept of Intelligent City quickly became one of the most exciting topics in urban development. Various institutes and organizations (e.g., National Technology Department, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences) proposed their ideas on how to build intelligent cities in China. Intelligent City has tremendous benefits to modern China. First of all, China needs to construct its own intelligent cities in order to realize the economic transformation (from extensive to intensive, from low end to high end and from follower to leader), the industry upgrade, as well as transformation in city development. Secondly, Intelligent City is also an important new approach to boost China's economy since the traditional economic forms, such as real estate, automobiles, and import and export, are currently in a downtrend. Most importantly, utilizing the high-tech methods can help us build low-carbon cities. According to estimates, by building intelligent cities, we are able to increase the efficiency of energy saving and emission reduction by 30%-40%. In order to facilitate the healthy development of intelligent cities in China, build the competitive advantage of Chinese cities in the world, and respond to the high demand for information on Intelligent City from readers, this book discusses in detail the status, current problems, perspectives and methods in the development of Intelligent City in China.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844644063 20170306
Law Library (Crown)
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xi, 380 p. : ill.
  • section 1. Introduction and the global and Chinese context
  • section 2. Approaches to policy formulation
  • section 3. Traffic and passenger transport
  • section 4. Freight and logistics
  • section 5. Conclusions.
The volume is based on papers presented at a workshop on the green transport agenda and its implications for Chinese cities, organised by the World Conference on Transport Research Society in September 2010. The five sections of this volume review the challenges facing urban transport internationally and in China. It considers approaches to policy formulation, the challenge of urbam mobility and the development of green sustainable transportation, by reviewing best practice in objective setting, strategy analysis and policy selection, and comparing these with current practice in China. The authors examine passenger transport, and consider a number of current policy interventions in China and compare these with western experience with demand management and new vehicle technologies. Topics include 5D land-use transport model for a high density, rapidly growing city and Contextual requirements for electric vehicles in developed and developing countries. Finally freight and logistics is addressed, including the role of freight villages and milk run strategies, and challenges and policy recommendations for road freight in Shanghai.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781781904763 20160612
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xx, 236 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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6, 394 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
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xlv, 529 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
  • Introduction.- SESSION 1 Green Growth of the Economy.- 1 Green Growth: Constructing a Resource-saving and Environment-friendly Production Pattern.- 2 Green Growth of the Primary Industry.- 3 Green Growth of the Secondary Industry.- 4 Green Growth of the Tertiary Industry.- 5 Measurement and Analysis of Green Degree of Economic Growth.- SESSION 2 Resource and Environment Carrying Capacity.- 6 Resource Bottlenecks and Environment Constraints in Green Development.- 7 Green Development and Resource Support.- 8 Green Development and Environmental Carrying Capacity.- 9 Green Development and Ecological Construction.- 10 Measurement and Analysis of Carrying Potential of Natural Resources and Environment.- SESSION 3 Government Green Actions.- 11 Government Actions in China's Green Development.- 12 Government Green Investment.- 13 Urban Infrastructure Construction and Management in Green Development.- 14 Environmental Governance in Green Development.- 15 Measurement and Analysis of the Support Degree of Government Policies.- SESSION 4 Features on Green Development.- 1 Development and Reform of Environmental Statistics.- 2 The Dilemma of Food Safety in China and Perspectives.- 3 Research on the Environmental Information Disclosure System in Sudden Environmental Pollution Incidents: Taking Zijin Mining Pollution Incident as an Example.- 4 Basic Framework for Building China's Green Financial System.- 5 The Significance of "Humanism" in Green Development.- 6 International Challenges Confronted by China's Environmental Problems.- APPENDIX.- Appendix 1 The Ideas, Structure and Indicators of China Green Development Index System and Measurement Methods.- Appendix 2 Explanatory Notes and Data Sources on Indicators Used to Calculate the Province Green Development Index in 2011.- Appendix 3 Explanatory Notes and Data Sources on Indicators Used to Calculate the City Green Development Index in 2011.- Authors and Translators.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642315961 20160615
With the rapid growth of global industrialization, there has been substantial consumption of fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas along with growing carbon dioxide emissions. Unprecedented environmental and ecological crisis clouded the world. Fortunately, the Climate Conference in Copenhagen signaled hope amid the sluggish global economic recovery. Countries worldwide have been braced for developing their scientific and industrial strategies in the era of post financial crisis with a green and low-carbon philosophy. In 2008, the UN unveiled a plan for green politics and green economy, which is well-received and carried out by countries worldwide. China s 30-year rapid economic development has attracted worldwide attention. However, how to develop in a sustainable manner when faced with acute contradictions between economic growth, resources and environment has posed great challenges to China. Therefore, it is of great significance for us to speed up the study of green development and find a rational growth model. This study is completed by Prof. Li Xiaoxi and the dedication of other leading thinkers in economics, management, environment and resources together with the help of China Economic Monitoring and Analysis Center (CEMA).".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642315961 20160615
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Green Library
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3, 3, 6, 467 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
本书为"性别平等和社会可持续发展国际研讨会" 的论文集. 其收录的论文, 在性别失衡的公共政策与公共治理实践, 亚洲国家性别平等等研究领域进行了深入的讨论, 从国际社会的性别平等促进措施和政策中提炼出 更有益的经验与模式, 进而为中国治理性别比失衡, 促进性别平等和实现社会可持续发展提供可借鉴 的干预策略.
East Asia Library
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xx, 318 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
  • Ecological economics as a transdisciplinary approach to sustainability
  • Ecological economics in China
  • Ecological economics as a policy science
  • The essence of ecological economics
  • Ecological agriculture in China : from philosophy to practice
  • Bridging the gap between the theory and practice of sustainability
  • Methodological synthesis of ecological economics and system dynamics
  • Developing effective policies for ecological agriculture : a case study from China
  • Conclusions and implications.
Green Library
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7, 3, 381 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
East Asia Library
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2, 8, 5, 4, 3, 294 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
East Asia Library
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8, 6, 800 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
East Asia Library
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4, 9, 11, 12, 14, 3, 383 : ill. ; 21cm.
East Asia Library
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13, 190 p. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
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3, 3, 4, 5, 333 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
East Asia Library
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3, 425 p. : ill., maps ; 31 cm.
East Asia Library
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280 p. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
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333 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
East Asia Library

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