5 edition of Sustainable development in rural China found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HC430.E5 W8 2003|
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|LC Control Number||2002037180|
Though China's economy is projected to become the world's largest within the next twenty years, industrial pollution threatens both the health of the country's citizens and the natural resources on which their economy depends. Capturing the consequences of this reality, Bryan Tilt conducts an in-depth, ethnographic study of Futian Township, a rural community reeling from pollution. SUSTAINABLE RURAL DEVELO PMENT and management of rural development. The book emphasizes, in particular, the pivotal role of human resources as both a means and an end of development.
item 6 Reform and Development in Rural China by Du Runsheng (English) Paperback Book Fr 5 - Reform and Development in Rural China by Du Runsheng (English) Paperback Book Fr. $ Free shipping. item 7 Managing Sustainable Development by Christie, Ian Paperback Book The Fast Free 6 - Managing Sustainable Development by Christie, Ian. In Brian Tilt’s book, The Struggle for Sustainability in Rural China: Environmental Values and Civil Society, he addresses the topic of attitudes and issues associated with sustainable development in China. Based on the contents of this work, sustainable development refers to preserving nature, people’s way of life and their community.
Sustainable rural development is vital to the economic, social and environmental viability of nations. It is essential for poverty eradication since global poverty is overwhelmingly rural. The manifestation of poverty goes beyond the urban-rural divide, it has subregional and regional contexts. Achieving sustainable land use is one of the most important ways to achieve regional socio-economic sustainable development. We have collected 12 papers in this special issue “Sustainable Land Use in China” to show the varied application of sustainable land use studies and to provide meaningful decision-making information and policy implications for land use planners.
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Sustainable Development in Rural China: Farmer Innovation and Self-Organisation in Marginal Areas 1st EditionCited by: 5. Sustainable Development in Rural China Pages pages Sustainable development in marginal areas, especially in those where rural poverty and environmental degradation are interwoven, is a great concern of development agencies worldwide, and much effort is put into development programmes, technology transfer schemes and so by: The book provides a study of sustainable development in rural China.
Because of its huge population and vast land area, this is an important issue not only for China but for the whole world. The research presented is both multi aspect and systematical. It can be likened to a tree where the trunk is.
The book provides a study of sustainable development in rural China. Because of its huge population and vast land area, this is an important issue not only for China but for the whole world. The research presented is both multi aspect and systematical. 1st Edition Published on Aug by Routledge Sustainable development in marginal areas, especially in those where rural poverty and environmental degra Sustainable Development in Rural China: Farmer Innovation and Self-Org.
This book includes data from fixed observation sites for up to rural households in ten villages in Zhejiang for 17 consecutive years,which is unusual for a monograph.
This book is also one of the first studies on rural household behavior in China. The author believes that the path to sustainable development for rural China should be in an integrated and systemic way in three views of the economy, ecology, and the social system. As to the analysis methods, this paper adopts a method which combines both.
The first part of this book is an extensive review, via secondary sources, of the rural development experience of China sinceand its evolving strategies as the political winds shifted. This part of the book serves as a useful foundation for non-China specialists, and a good directional bibliography for those looking to jump into these issues in more by: The Struggle for Sustainability in Rural China.
Environmental Values and Civil Society. His study unravels the complexity of sustainable development within a rapidly changing nation. Tilt's remarkable timely book, which offers a major contribution to the study of China and environmental governance in the developing world.
Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development in Rural China is translated from the original Chinese to provide a look into how scholars in China have been assessing perceptions of poverty and reforms to improve conditions. This volume, and the others in the SSRC series, provides Western scholars with an accessible English language look at the state of current scholarship in China.
Sustainable development is a pressing worldwide issue and is particularly a challenge in developing countries. China, as the world's largest developing country, has recently undergone a paradigm shift in terms of development strategy and proposed a new sustainable policy inwhich promotes the coordinated progress of industrialization, informatization, urbanization, agricultural Cited by: 7.
China - Sustainable Development in Poor Rural Areas Project (English) Abstract The objective of the Sustainable Development in Poor Areas Project for China is to explore and pilot more effective and innovative ways of providing poverty reduction assistance to the poorest communities and households in Henan Province, Shaanxi Province.
The Struggle for Sustainability in Rural China Book Description: Though China's economy is projected to become the world's largest within the next twenty years, industrial pollution threatens both the health of the country's citizens and the natural resources on which their economy depends.
Book Description This title was first published in An examination of the potential for Chinese ecological agriculture providing a basis for sustainable development in the Chinese countryside.
Richard Sanders involves primary research in seven villages and four countries in China that have adopted ecological agriculture. Hopefully these kinds of questions will drive further inquiries into the sustainable development of rural China.
All in all, this book is an important addition to environmental studies of China. It posits an intriguing argument about relationships in rural China through extensive ethnographic work, and offers a further understanding of the.
This paper describes the results of a research project to develop a set of goals and strategies aimed at policymakers, stakeholders, researchers, designers and/or some other groups of citizens’ communities whose development actions are undertaken in.
The ideal of achieving 'sustainable rural development' has become a key dimension of EU, national, regional and local policy in recent years. By examining Ireland, this book asks what the sustainable development ideals mean to specific rural groups in specific policy areas and to what extent they are or can be achieved Preview this book».
Sustainable Development of Rural Areas in the EU and China: A Common Strategy for Architectural Design, Research Practice and Decision-Making by Tiziano Cattaneo 1,*, Emanuele Giorgi 1,3, Minqing Ni 2 and Giorgio Davide Manzoni 1Cited by: 2.
Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. n 2. Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in Asia and the Pacific. o 3. Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
p 4. Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in the Near East. Miscellaneous Documents q 1. The transformation and industrialization of rural China is the underlying theme of this book.
Using case studies of selected regions in south China where rural changes have been particularly dramatic, the book discusses and analyses (1) how, in the process of rural transformation, capital and labour are mobilized and reallocated, (2) some of the problems and consequences of rapid rural.
The solution to China's sustainable development comes from rural revitalization, and the key to success of this great transition is the enhancement of rural innovation capability by establishing a strong rural innovation system.Get this from a library!
Sustainable development in rural China: farmer innovation and self-organisation in marginal areas. [Bin Wu] -- "Sustainable development in marginal areas, especially in those where rural poverty and environmental degradation are interwoven, is a great concern of development agencies worldwide, and much effort.Women’s Development And Environmental Conservation In Western China In: Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development in Rural China Authors: Ren Xiaodong, Huang Xiao and Cai Kui.