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Environmental Policies In Asia

Author : Jing Huang
ISBN : 9789814590495
Genre : Business & Economics
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Environmental Policies in Asia highlights the environmental challenges Asian planners and policymakers face as the continent undergoes rapid economic growth in the 21st Century. Edited by Jing Huang and Shreekant Gupta, with contributions from leading Asian scholar practitioners, this timely and unique volume is the first of its kind to look at environmental policies and governance from the perspective of seven dynamic Asian countries. These include developed economies of Japan and Singapore, emerging giants such as China and India and rapidly developing nations such as Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia. The volume discusses environmental challenges that stem from issues as local as poor recycling practices, to ones that are as vast and complex as global climate change. Engaging, accessible, and pan-Asian in scope, the essays also present creative ways in which these challenges are being addressed. This book is valuable to anyone who is keen on understanding Asia, its growth, and whether its rise is environmentally sustainable. Contents:Introduction:Environmentally Sustainable Development in Asia: Challenges and Choices (Jing Huang)Key Issues in Combating Environmental Concerns in Asia:Environmental Policy and Governance in a Federal Framework: Perspectives from India (Shreekant Gupta)Japan's Role in Climate Change Issues (Ryuzo Yamamoto)Environmental Impacts of 'Fast Development in Asia':Policies for Environmentally Sustainable Development: Perspectives from Vietnam (Nguyen Huu Ninh)Resource-Environmental Foundation for Green and Low-Carbon Development in China (Zhu Shou-xian)China's Environmental Governance: Evolution and Limitations (Wu Fuzuo)Fragmentation to Integration: Environmental and Sustainable Development Challenges in Malaysia (Chee Yoke Ling and Lim Li Ching)Environmental Policy Implementation: Achievements and Challenges:Governing the Common Firm: The Evolution of Environmental Policy for Small Businesses in India (Sudhir Chella Rajan)Environmental Management 3.0: Connecting the Dots between Pollution, Sustainability, Transparency and Governance in Indonesia (Shakeb Afsah and Nabiel Makarim)Environmental Law, Policy, Governance and Management for Cities: Getting it right for a Sustainable Future — The Singapore Experience (Lye Lin-Heng)Trade-offs and Synergies for Sustainable Development and Climate Stabilisation in Asian regions (Keigo Akimoto, Fuminori Sano, Ayami Hayashi, Takashi Homma, Junichiro Oda, Kenichi Wada, Miyuki Nagashima, Kohko Tokushige and Toshimasa Tomoda)Concluding Thoughts:Future Environmental Challenges for Asia (Shreekant Gupta) Readership: Environmental policy students, general public interested in Asia and its challenges, policymakers, envrionmental professionals and practitioners. Key Features:No books on environmental policies in Asian countries have been published in recent years so this collection is unique and the first of kindUnique in its pan-Asian focus; the first volume to draw together eminent Asian scholar-practitioners on this topicExplicit focus on environmental issues, which is very timely (e.g., global warming is a pressing issue)Keywords:Envrionmental Policy;Sustainable Development;Environmental Management;Asia;China;India;Japan;ASEAN

Routledge Handbook Of Sustainable Development In Asia

Author : Sara Hsu
ISBN : 9781351008181
Genre : Social Science
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In the present global context, some countries still face many challenges to bringing about inclusive, efficient, and environmentally sustainable development. Simultaneously, the stakes of survival are rising, as climate change exacerbates both environmental and social ills. Asia as a region is particularly vulnerable, as it is densely populated and includes both developed and developing countries. The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Development in Asia seeks to examine these issues in depth. Presenting a comprehensive literature review, as well as numerous case studies, this book examines sustainable development from economic and social perspectives, as well as from an environmental viewpoint. Divided into seven parts, the topics addressed include: Environmental challenges Energy dependence and transition Economic justice Social welfare Sustainable governance Providing comprehensive coverage of a wide variety of countries in the region, this handbook will be useful for students and scholars of sustainable development, environment and society, and Asian Studies in general.

Environmental Governance In Vietnam

Author : Stephan Ortmann
ISBN : 9783319497600
Genre : Political Science
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This book deals with institutional reforms in response to a mounting environmental crisis in Vietnam. The author introduces the reader to the most important environmental problems that Vietnam is currently facing and shows how the emphasis on economic growth has come at the expense of the natural environment. Following an assessment of the still deteriorating environmental situation, the book develops a theoretical framework of institutional change within the political system seeking to overcome the traditionally static understanding of institutions. The empirical analysis devotes attention to the main aspects on Vietnam’s environmental governance including the government, society, businesses and international organizations. The book is based on four years of empirical research including interviews with government officials and representatives of international and national non-governmental organizations, observations of meetings, official documents, and numerous Vietnamese newspaper reports. This book is directed both at academics, students, as well as development practitioners and activists. It seeks to engage those working in the fields of environmental politics, governance, and institutional change in one-party states.

Energy Governance And Sustainability

Author : Jordi Jaria i Manzano
ISBN : 9781785368462
Genre : Law
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This book makes an in-depth and timely contribution to the debate about how to transform our energy governance systems into ones that support a fair, safe and sustainable society. It combines perspectives from leading scholars around the world to provide a global outlook on alternative approaches to energy governance and innovative experiences. Taken as a whole, it offers a unique snapshot of some of the innovative and novel ways in which law can support the shift to sustainable and equitable energy systems.

Energy And Climate Policies In China And India

Author : Fuzuo Wu
ISBN : 9781108420402
Genre : Law
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Shaping of China and India's energy and climate policies by two-level pressures characterized as wealth, status and asymmetrical interdependence.

Urban Risk Reduction

Author : Rajib Shaw
ISBN : 9781848559066
Genre : Nature
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As cities all over the world have urbanized rapidly after the industrial revolution, most cities have confronted environmental problems such as poor air and water quality, high levels of traffic congestion and ambient noise, poor-quality built environment, derelict land, greenhouse gas emissions, urban sprawl, generation of waste and waste-water. In particular, cities in the developing world face problems related to the living conditions in which the urban population lives. In the context of urban cities in the developing world, it can be narrowed to the quality of life of living population in the cities. Needless to say that Asia has the largest population, as well as urban population at risk. This book brings the lessons from innovative urban risk management approaches in Asian cities, drawing the lessons from seven Asian countries. The authors of the chapters consists of wider spectrum of stakeholders: from academicians to policy makers to NGO practitioners.

Bulletin On Asia Pacific Perspectives 2003 2004

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ISBN : 9211201942
Genre : Business & Economics
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Environmental Management In Asean

Author : Maria Seda
ISBN : 9789813016453
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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The problem of environmental degradation in the ASEAN region cannot be underestimated. The articles in this book examine some of the common environmental issues faced by countries in the region. They provide a brief overview of some major environmental problems such as fisheries management, tropcal deforestation, and pollution in urban areas and highlight some of the research, policy and institutional constraints in the region.

Bulletin On Asia Pacific Perspectives

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ISBN : 9211200571
Genre : Asia
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This inaugural issue of the Bulletin is a concrete manifestation of the concerted efforts that are being made to enhance the role and relevance of the secretariat in the ESCAP region. This publication has been created to focus on two main objectives. The first is to provide an assessment of the most recent developments in the global economy and their impact and implications for various economies or groups of economies within the ESCAP region. The second objective is to shed some light on the pressing issues and feasible options in the management of constant change - a process that government, the private sector, civil society organizations and communities at large are still grappling with.

Asian Perspectives On Water Policy

Author : Cecilia Tortajada
ISBN : 9781135757526
Genre : Science
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Asian countries are not homogenous. They are in different stages of social and economic development, with cultural conditions and institutional and legal frameworks varying from one country to another. Therefore, how water can be successfully managed differs from one country to another. The book provides authoritative analyses of how water is being managed in different Asian countries, ranging from the world’s most populous countries like China and India to a city state like Singapore and an island country like Fiji. It also analyses in depth several wide ranging issues like terrorism, human rights, water-energy nexus, and roles of media, along with comprehensive discussions of legal, institutional and regulatory frameworks in an Asian water management context. The overall focus is on how water can be managed efficiently, cost-effectively and equitably in various Asian countries. This book was based on a special issue of the International Journal of Water Resources Development.

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