Environmental Protection in China: Land-Use Management
Waldron, Scott, The China Journal
Environmental Protection in China: Land-Use Management, edited by Jeff Bennett, Xuehong Wang and Lei Zhang. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2008. viri + 234 pp. £59.95/US$l 15.00 (hardcover).
In response to daunting agro-environmental problems, China has embarked on some of the largest land rehabilitation programs in the world. The most significant of these programs is the Conversion of Cropland to Forest and Grassland Program (CCFGP). Despite the size and the impacts of the CCFGP, few studies provide a comprehensive economic assessment of the program or rigorously quantify the environmental and income impacts. This book edited by Jeff Bennett, Xuehong Wang and Lei Zhang fills this gap …
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Publication information: Article title: Environmental Protection in China: Land-Use Management. Contributors: Waldron, Scott - Author. Journal title: The China Journal. Issue: 62 Publication date: July 2009. Page number: 180+. © Australian National University, Contemporary China Centre Jan 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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