Environmental Policy and Governance in China

This book focuses on how to create an environmentally friendly society in China from the viewpoint of environmental law and policy. The authors accessed a great number of valuable sources not available in English, and interviewed various scholars and public officials, in order to analyze the environ...

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Other Authors: Kitagawa, Hideki (Editor)
Corporate Authors: SpringerLink (online služba)
Format: eBook
Published: Tokyo : Springer Japan, 2017
Genre/form:elektronické knihy
Online Access:Full-text
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Table of Contents:
  • Preface
  • List of Contributors
  • Chapter1 Environmental policy under President Xi Jinping leadership: the changing environmental norms
  • Chapter2 Evolution of Environmental Thought and the Enforcement of Environmental Protection Legislation in China: The Status Quo
  • Chapter 3 Land contamination legislation in China: the Emerging Challenges
  • Chapter4 Environmental Management System in China: the Target Achieving Process
  • Chapter5 An Analysis of China Coal Resource Tax Reform and its Implications on Resource Saving
  • Chapter 6 Environmental Litigation and External Influence from Outside the Court in the PRC: A Case Study of Zhang Changjian et al. v. Rongping Chemical Plant
  • Chapter7 The Non-litigation Approach to Environmental Disputes in China: the Environmental Complaint Letters and Visits System-an Analysis
  • Chapter8 Review of the Legislation on Public Participation in EIA in China:From Disorder to Normalization
  • Chapter9 Multi-tiered Nature of Environmental Pollution Problems and the Pollution Control Governance in China: the Role of Environmental NGOs
  • Chapter 10 Environmental NGOs and Environmental Pollution in China
  • Subject Index