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China's Limits to Growth : Greening State and Society, Paperback / softback Book

China's Limits to Growth : Greening State and Society Paperback / softback

Edited by Peter Ho, Eduard B. Vermeer

Part of the Development and Change Special Issues series

Paperback / softback

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In this book a multi-disciplinary team of experts from around the world studies the environmental challenge posed by China's phenomenal economic growth. * An exploration of the environmental challenge posed by China's phenomenal economic growth. * Written by a multi-disciplinary team of experts from around the world. * Argues that China's development poses the greatest ever challenge for the modern world in terms of speed, size and resource scarcity. * Discusses issues such as cleaner production, green car technology, resettlement resulting from dam building, and biotechnology. * Moves beyond the dichotomy between alarmist, radical views and moderate notions of incremental change.

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