Environmental protection in China
Edward Elgar Publishing, Apr 30, 2008 - Business & Economics - 234 pages
'This is a useful book for those who are interested in institutional, economic and policy issues in China's ecosystem management, environmental protection and poverty alleviation. It is also a valuable reference book for university students who ar
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agricultural production analysis Ansai Ansu apricot arable land armum attributes Beijing beneﬁts and costs Binxian CCFGP CCFGP costs CCICED cent discount rate Chinese coefﬁcients Conversion of Cropland crop revenue Cropland to Forest deﬁned Development discount rate ecological economic environmental beneﬁts estimates extrapolation farmers ﬁrst ﬂooding forest and grass Forest and Grassland forest products Forestry four counties Gansu Gonghe govemment grain grass products grass revenue Grassland Grassland Program Henan impacts implementation income increased Inner Mongolia Jeff Bennett land conversion land degradation Land rent land-use changes livestock revenue Loess Plateau million Minhe MNL model natural resources Ningxia non-market output payment peashrub People’s population proﬁts difference region respondents RPL models run-off reductions rural sampled farm households sampled households SANDSTORMS Shaanxi signiﬁcant signiﬁcantly speciﬁc subsidy survey Table total revenue WATER QUALITY Yangtze River Yellow River Yellow River Basin