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The Resource China

China

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China
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China
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eng
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MiAaPQ
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non fiction
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dictionaries
China
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China
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- 1 Introduction: Entering the Green Industrial Revolution -- 1.1 Purpose of the Book: Innovative Green Development in Theory and in Practice -- 1.2 International Background: The Continuously Expanding Gap Between Humanity and Nature -- 1.3 The Domestic Background: Becoming the Innovators of Green Revolution -- 1.4 Research Issues and Framework -- 2 The Theory of Green Development -- 2.1 The Three Sources of the Theory of Green Development -- 2.1.1 The Unity of Nature and Humanity in Traditional Chinese Philosophy -- 2.1.2 Dialectics of Nature in Marxist Philosophy -- 2.1.3 The Theory of Sustainable Development in Modern Times -- 2.2 The Meaning of Green Development -- 2.3 Green Industrial Revolution: From the First to the Fourth Industrial Revolutions -- 2.3.1 Economic Perspective of Green Industrial Revolution -- 2.3.2 Main Features of the Green Industrial Revolution -- 2.3.3 The Most Important Goal of the Green Industrial Revolution: Full Decoupling -- 2.3.4 The Results of the Green Industrial Revolution: Toward an Era of Green Civilization -- 2.4 The Three Major Systems of Green Development: Social, Economic, and Natural -- 2.5 The Wealth of Green Development: From Nominal GDP to Green GDP -- 2.6 Stages of Green Development: From Ecological Deficit to Surplus -- 2.7 Green Innovation and the Tunneling Effect -- 2.8 The Contents and Pathways of Green Development -- 3 Global Ecological Crisis -- 3.1 Development Model of Black Industrial Civilization -- 3.1.1 Huge Invisible Natural Capital Depletion and Development Costs -- 3.1.2 Excessive Consumption, Expenditure, and Emissions -- 3.1.3 High Ecological Footprints and Huge Natural Resource Rents -- 3.2 Unprecedented Global Crisis -- 3.2.1 Global Environmental Pollution Crisis -- 3.2.2 Crisis of Global Energy and Resources -- 3.2.3 Extreme Climate Change -- 3.2.4 Global Ecological Crisis
  • 3.3 Green Development Opportunities -- 3.3.1 Rapid Growth of the Green Economy -- 3.3.2 Greener Industrial Structure -- 3.3.3 Rapid Development of Green Energy -- 3.3.4 Accelerating Green Technology Innovation -- 3.4 Embracing the Forthcoming Green Civilization -- 4 Green Developments in China -- 4.1 Historical Trajectory: From Natural Deficit to Surplus -- 4.2 Agricultural Civilization-Slowly Expanding Natural Deficit -- 4.3 Industrialization-Rapidly Expanding Natural Deficit -- 4.4 Reform and Opening-Up-The Natural Deficit Dramatically Increased, then Slowly Shrank -- 4.4.1 From Massive Energy Consumption to Integration of Energy Consumption -- 4.4.2 From a Large Greenhouse Gas-Emitting to a Low-Carbon Nation -- 4.4.3 From Pollution Emissions to Emission Reductions -- 4.4.4 From Ecological Destruction to Construction -- 4.5 Twenty-First Century: Toward a Natural Surplus -- 5 Green Development Plan -- 5.1 National Plan to Promote Green Development -- 5.1.1 Period of Black Development-First to Fifth Five-Year Plans -- 5.1.2 Initial Transition-Sixth to Eighth Five-Year Plans -- 5.1.3 Further Transition-Ninth to Tenth Five-Year Plans -- 5.1.4 Turn to Green Development-Eleventh to Twelfth Five-Year Plans -- 5.2 Eleventh Five-Year Plan-Turning to Green Development -- 5.3 Twelfth Five-Year Plan-Green Development as the Theme -- 5.4 Main Functional Area Planning-Remaking the Economic Geography of a Green China -- 5.5 China's Green Development Planning Road -- 6 Local Green Practice -- 6.1 Green Beijing-Building a World-Class Green Modernized Capital -- 6.1.1 Green Beijing Road Map -- 6.1.2 How Should Beijing Become Green? -- 6.2 Reforested Chongqing-Rising Green Star in the West -- 6.2.1 History of Chongqing-U-shaped Curve -- 6.2.2 Chongqing Today-Leader in Forestry Construction -- 6.2.3 Future of Chongqing-A Model of Ecological Civilization
  • 6.3 Ecological Qinghai-Providing China with Its Largest Public Goods -- 6.3.1 From Industrial to Ecological Province -- 6.3.2 Elimination of Ecological Poverty as the Highest Priority -- 6.3.3 Protecting the Source of the Three Rivers-Providing Large Public Products -- 6.4 Green Transformation in Local Areas -- 7 Green Enterprise Innovation -- 7.1 Great Northern Wilderness-A Green Agricultural Miracle of Creation -- 7.1.1 Development of the Great Northern Wilderness -- 7.1.1.1 First Stage -- 7.1.1.2 Second Stage -- 7.1.1.3 Third Stage -- 7.1.1.4 Fourth Stage -- 7.1.2 The Great Northern Wilderness-Toward Green Agricultural Modernization -- 7.1.2.1 Future Targeting of Reclamation Regions -- 7.1.3 Creating a Modern, Beautiful, and Green Great Northern Wilderness -- 7.2 Yili Group-Creation of a Green Miracle in the Desert -- 7.2.1 Desert Miracle -- 7.2.2 Green Innovation -- 7.2.3 Benefits for People -- 7.3 Sinovel-A Miracle of Green Energy -- 7.3.1 The Latecomer Challenges the World's No. 1 -- 7.3.2 Time Produces Heroes -- 7.3.3 Toward Independent Innovation -- 7.3.3.1 First Stage-Introduce Advanced Technology and Seize Market Opportunities -- 7.3.3.2 Second Stage-Joint Development of Advanced Technology Leading to Domestic Innovation -- 7.3.3.3 Third Stage-from Domestic to International Innovation -- 7.4 Green Innovation by Chinese Enterprises -- 7.4.1 First-The Advantage of Using Two Hands -- 7.4.2 Second-The Advantages of Walking on Two Legs -- 7.4.3 Third-Advantage from Three Innovations -- 7.4.4 Fourth-Advantage of Two Joint Forces -- 7.4.5 Fifth-Advantage of Two Attributes -- 8 Summary: Green China, Green Earth -- 8.1 Innovation of Chinese Green Development -- 8.1.1 Propose an Original Green Outlook on Development -- 8.1.2 Describe a Theory of Innovative Green Development -- 8.1.3 Create Great Practice in Green Development
  • 8.1.4 Achieve New Leap of Green Development -- 8.2 The Road of China's Green Development -- 8.3 China's Green Modernization (2000-2050) -- 8.3.1 First Step (2011-2020) -- 8.3.2 Second Step (2021-2030) -- 8.3.3 Third Step (2031-2050) -- 8.4 China's Contribution to Green Development
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