China's Environmental Crisis Domestic and Global Political Impacts and Responses
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This wide-ranging and path-breaking collection of essays on Chinars"s environmental crisis takes a new approach, transcending the typical "gloom and doom" media and scholarly report on Chinars"s environmental crisis, to address how the Chinese political and social systems were impacted and how they responded, or should respond, to the ecological challenges confronting China. Therefore, this collection provides innovative analyses about the impacts and responses'”both domestically and globally'”of Chinars"s political and social systems encompassing its social values, ameliorative, and preventative policies. It leaves us with such an important question to ponder: What social action will be needed in the near- and long-term future in order to avoid environmental disaster as well as to achieve environmental sustainability and social justice for the long term in China?
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 10/15/2010
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: China's Environmental Crisis-A Global Crisis with Chinese Characteristics: From Confucius to Cell Phones|
|Current Ecological Conditions and Public Policies in China: Desertification, Biodiversity, Climate Change, and Food Security|
|Desertification in China: Problems with Policies and Perceptions|
|Network Public Management and the Challenge of Biodiversity Management in China|
|Changing Climate? China's New Interest in Global Climate Change Negotiations|
|Environmental Degradation and Food Security Policies in China|
|The Formation and Policy Influences of ENGOs (Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations) in China|
|State and Society in China's Environmental Politics|
|Responding to Climate Disaster: The Cosmopolitan Challenge to China|
|Environmentally Caused Social Change in China: New Media Technologies and Traditional Confucian Values Updated|
|Digital Power: Public Participation in an Environmental Controversy|
|Confucianizing Modernity and "Modernizing" Confucianism: Environmentalism and The Need for a Confucian Positive Argument for Social Change|